CLEVELAND -- Quarterbacks Ken Dorsey and Bruce Gradkowski, who both started games for Cleveland last season, were cut by the Browns on Monday.
Dorsey was the club's third-string quarterback but had to make three starts after the Browns lost Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn to season-ending injuries. He injured his ribs and sustained a mild concussion in a Dec. 21 loss at Cincinnati, forcing the club to sign Gradkowski for the season finale against Pittsburgh.
Peek missed the entire 2008 season after sustaining a knee injury during training camp. He played in 14 games for the Browns in 2007.