The Browns also re-signed veteran quarterback Ken Dorsey, leaving a question as to who will start Sunday's home game against
Frye became the first Browns QB to start consecutive opening days since Kelly Holcomb in 2002-03, but he was pulled after a 4-of-10 start for 34 yards with one interception in a 34-7 home loss to Pittsburgh in the season opener on Sunday.
The 26-year-old Frye, a third-round choice of the Browns in the 2005 draft, has started in 19 of the 21 career games he's played in.
Last season Frye started 13 games, going 4-9 as a starter, and was 252-of-393 passing for 2,454 yards with 10 touchdowns and 17 interceptions. His 64.1 completion percentage ranked second-highest in franchise history, behind Otto Graham (1953).
Matt Hasselbeck starts at QB for
Frye's new team will be in
Dorsey spent the 2006 season with the Browns, and has appeared in 12 games in his NFL career, starting 10 times, with
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported the Seahawks also dealt defensive end Bryce Fisher to