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Browns extend RB Chubb 3 years, $36.6M

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CLEVELAND (AP) The Browns weren't going to let Nick Chubb run away.

Cleveland and the star running back agreed Saturday night to a three-year, $36.6 million contract extension, a person familiar with the negotiations told the Associated Press on Saturday night.

Chubb has developed into one of the NFL's best backs in three years. The deal guarantees him $20 million, said the person who spoke on condition of anonymity because the sides are still finalizing the package.

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Gesicki among 3 Dolphins to COVID list

MIAMI (AP) Mike Gesicki and two other Miami Dolphins tight ends went on the NFL's COVID-19 reserve list.

Also sidelined were Cethan Carter and Adam Shaheen. The Dolphins have had four training camp practices and were off Sunday.

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Titans nab ex-Jets K Ficken off waivers

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Tennessee's search for a solution to their kicking problems continued Sunday when the Titans claimed Sam Ficken off waivers from the New York Jets and waived undrafted free agent Blake Haubeil.

It's the latest move in what has been a kicking carousel the Titans the past two seasons.

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All-Pro G Scherff in virus protocol

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) All-Pro guard Brandon Scherff and fellow offensive lineman David Sharpe are in virus protocol, making them the fifth and sixth Washington Football players on the NFL's COVID-19 reserve list.

Washington is next to last in the NFL in percentage of players to receive at least one dose of a vaccine and, as of Saturday evening, only Arizona with nine had more in league protocol. His team's lagging vaccination rate and the potential pitfalls of an outbreak have been a point of consternation for coach Ron Rivera, who is immune deficient after undergoing treatment last year for a form of skin cancer.

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Ravens sign LB Houston to 1-year deal

BALTIMORE (AP) The Baltimore Ravens added some help for their pass rush.

The Ravens agreed to terms on a one-year contract with veteran linebacker Justin Houston. The team announced the move Saturday, as the Ravens were beginning their practice in front of fans at M&T Bank Stadium. The deal is pending a physical.

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CB Howard hopes for contract resolution

MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard returned to practice on a limited basis Saturday and said he's hoping for a resolution to his contract dispute to remain with the team.

Howard took to Instagram on Tuesday night to request a trade over his displeasure about his contract. Howard was an All-Pro selection in 2020 after leading the NFL in interceptions with 10.

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QB Winston: 'No check-down mentality'

METAIRIE, La. (AP) Even as Jameis Winston insists he's going to make better decisions with the football, the potential successor to Drew Brees in New Orleans doesn't want to give the impression he's going to shy away from aggressive, downfield throws.

There's "no check-down mentality," Winston asserted after training camp practice at Saints headquarters on Saturday. "It's: Take what they give you. That's one thing our coaches preach. ... We want to be able to move through those progressions quickly and be able to get the ball completed."

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Jets' Maye disappointed about contract

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) Marcus Maye was hoping for a long-term contract extension in the offseason. He instead got a whole lot of uncertainty.

The New York Jets safety received the franchise tag in March, but he and the team failed to reach an agreement on a deal before the deadline on July 15. That means Maye will play on the tag amount of $10.6 million this season - and then everything is up in the air beyond that.

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Colts go to backup plan with Wentz hurt

WESTFIELD, Ind. (AP) The Indianapolis Colts thought a trade for Carson Wentz would be their long-term answer at quarterback.

Four days into training camp, they're already working on a backup plan.

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QB Goff taking charge at Lions camp

ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) Jared Goff is the new guy in charge of the offense for the Detroit Lions, and he's already found a comfort zone with his new teammates.

"That's always part of your job as the quarterback, especially for me with new faces, new system," Goff said. "I'm trying to give them stuff that I like and that I know."

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