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Reports: Orlando Brown to sign franchise tag, report to Chiefs Training Camp

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (KCTV) - The Chiefs will have their offensive line at full strength Monday with the arrival of their left tackle at training camp. Left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. will report to St. Joseph for camp and participate in padded practices immediately, according to former NFL quarterback and current ESPN football analyst Robert Griffin III.
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AFC Notes: Chargers, Derwin James, Chiefs, Orlando Brown, Raiders

Chargers S Derwin James told reporters that he plans on showing up to training camp with or without a new contract, with many believing that he will soon be the highest-paid safety in the league. “Oh, yeah, I will definitely be there,” James told Lindsey Thiry of ESPN. “I’m not...
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Orlando Brown Age, Net worth: Bio-Wiki, Wife, Weight, Kids 2022. Orlando Brown Age, Net worth: Bio-Wiki, Wife, Weight, Kids 2022. Would you say that you follow the teachings of Orlando Brown and consider yourself to be a disciple of him? He is currently establishing himself as a rising star in the entertainment industries of the United States of America.
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Why Orlando Brown has 'no leverage' against Chiefs in contract negotiations

The deadline to sign Orlando Brown Jr. to a longterm contract extension arrives on Friday, and from the sounds of it, the two sides aren't close to a deal. Brown reportedly wants to be paid top-dollar, and those connected with the Chiefs seem to think they're not willing to reset the tackle market. The fact that NFL Network is reporting that Brown may miss all of training camp -- and even Week 1 -- indicates just how serious both sides are about not conceding. So who's more likely to give up some ground first? Speaking to 610's Cody and Gold on Thursday afternoon, The Athletic's Nate Taylor explained why Brown is the one without any real leverage in these negotiations.
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Kansas City Chiefs OL Orlando Brown could miss Week 1 while waiting for new contract

Kansas City Chiefs offensive tackle Orlando Brown is still holding out for a sizable deal after the team used the franchise tag on him earlier in the offseason. Those contract talks are expected to drag well into the future and may cause Brown to miss some considerable time during training camp — and potentially beyond — per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo.
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AFC Notes: Melvin Gordon, Broncos, Orlando Brown, Chiefs, Raiders

Broncos RB Melvin Gordon said he is embracing the competition for the starting role against Javonte Williams. “I told [GM George Paton] I’m not going to lay down,” Gordon said, via BroncosWire. “I’m not going to lay down, man. I’ve always had that mindset that I have to go get it and that they’re bringing someone in here to take your job. I know a lot of people are wanting me to take a backseat. I get it. It’s been like that for a while. It was like that when I was with the Chargers. Everyone wanted Austin [Ekeler] to start. I just come out here and do my thing.”
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AFC Notes: Broncos, Chiefs, Orlando Brown, Raiders

Broncos first-year HC Nathaniel Hackett offered high praise for veteran DT Mike Purcell. “First and foremost, as a veteran, the guy is unbelievable,” Hackett said, via BroncosWire.com. “Just as a man, he’s played a long time in this league. He’s fought through a lot; he’s been very productive and he’s a very big human being in the middle.
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Four reasons why Chiefs must sign Orlando Brown long term

The Kansas City Chiefs are kinda, sorta backed into a corner when it comes to signing left tackle Orlando Brown Jr. to a new contract. While the majority of NFL teams have checked the single biggest items off of their offseason to-do lists earlier this spring, a few major projects still remain in place for a handful of teams dealing with long-term contract extensions. That’s a list that includes the Kansas City Chiefs and their likely decision to lock up Orlando Brown Jr. for years to come.
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