The Browns secured some familiar faces for defensive coordinator Ray Horton and coach Rob Chudzinski as the second day of NFL free agency unfolded.

Former Arizona Cardinals outside linebacker Quentin Groves agreed to a two-year deal worth $2.8 million, a league source confirmed Wednesday morning for the Beacon Journal. The source spoke on condition of anonymity because financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, though the Browns revealed the length of the contract.

During an afternoon news conference, Browns CEO Joe Banner confirmed former Carolina Panthers tight end Gary Barnidge also agreed to a contract with the team. It’s a three-year deal worth $3.75 million with a $650,000 signing bonus, Mike Garafolo of USA Today reported.

The common theme with Groves and Barnidge is they both played for Browns coaches this past season. Groves spent this past season with defensive coordinator Ray Horton and the Arizona Cardinals, and Barnidge was with Chudzinski and the Carolina Panthers.