Former Cowboys linebacker Victor Butler is still in Cleveland visiting with the Browns today and taking his physical, a source said. He arrived in town Sunday night.

There aren't expected to be any issues with the physical.

The Browns have had their eye on Butler, 25, since the start of free agency, but their first priorities were to sign pass rushers Paul Kruger of the Ravens and Desmond Bryant of the Raiders.

Butler (6-2, 245) first visited the Steelers and then headed to New Orleans, where the Saints were determined to sign him. But after two days, he left Friday without a deal and set up his visit with the Browns. The Saints lost out to the Browns on former Raven Paul Kruger at the start of free agency, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune.

Butler played 3-4 outside linebacker in Dallas under former Browns defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, and all three teams interested in him play 3-4 fronts.