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Gerald McCoy leaves Cleveland without contract

Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy's free-agent tour is off and running.

McCoy, who was recently released by the Buccaneers, spent time Friday visiting with the Cleveland Browns, but left without a contract, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported. According to Pelissero, McCoy and the Browns had a good meeting and talks are still ongoing.

McCoy is scheduled to meet with the Baltimore Ravens on Tuesday, Pelissero reported.

Previously, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported the Cincinnati Bengals and Carolina Panthers were other teams to express interest in signing the six-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle.

Should the decision come down to money, the Browns could find themselves in the best position -- at least in terms of cap room.

Of the three teams, the Browns have the most salary cap space with $33.3 million. The Bengals sit on $22.7 million and the Panthers bring up the rear with $9 million.

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