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Cleveland Browns: 3 early offensive training camp standouts in 2021

The Cleveland Browns are still early in their 2021 training camp but these three offensive players are already turning heads with their play. There’s a lot to be excited about with the Cleveland Browns this season since they’re coming back from an 11-5 campaign that ended in the Divisional Round of the playoffs.
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Colts: What to make of recent personnel changes

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA - AUGUST 17: Head Frank Reich of the Indianapolis Colts talks with Colts owner Jim Irsay on the field before the preseason game against the Cleveland Browns at Lucas Oil Stadium on August 17, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images) The Indianapolis Colts’ coaching staff...
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Pre-Snap Reads 8/2: Pete Carroll praises Rashaad Penny

Abe Lincoln Vampire Hunter not a terrible flick. Owing much of his success to his first stint in Seattle, Desir started nearly 40 games for three different teams over the past three seasons. Back in the Pacific Northwest, he hopes those experiences will position him for a different outcome this time around.
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Chubb signs 3-year, $36 million extension with Browns

BEREA, Ohio — (AP) — Nick Chubb signed a three-year, $36.6 million contract extension Monday with the Cleveland Browns, an indication of the team's regard for his skills as an elite running back and his quiet, unassuming leadership. The Browns made sure they locked him up early in training camp...

Nick Chubb, Browns Agree To Three-Year, $36.6M Extension

The Cleveland Browns have agreed to a three-year, $36.6 million contract extension with Nick Chubb. Chubb's $20 million in guaranteed money is the seventh-highest total in the league among running backs. Chubb has been the backbone of the Cleveland offense the past two seasons, averaging 5.25 yards per carry during...

Backfield rankings entering the 2021 NFL season

Share Share this on Twitter Share this on Facebook Flip into Flipboard Share this on Reddit Share via Email. From the Cleveland Browns at the top to the New York Jets at the bottom, here is how each NFL team stacks up at the running back position entering the 2021 NFL season.

Monday ‘Dawg Bites: Crootin’, Javelins, and Life In Dabo’s Fast Lane

Fall is a ways from being in the air, especially in the Peach State. But college football’s closer that it might seem. To help you stay up-to-date with the latest news, we’re bringing back ‘Dawg Bites, your daily roundup of all the news that’s fit to (digitally) print in Bulldog Nation.

Browns officially sign Nick Chubb to contract extension

The Cleveland Browns made it official on Monday by announcing that they have agreed to a contract extension with running back Nick Chubb. The deal is reportedly for three years and $36.6 million, with $20 million in guaranteed money. His average salary of $12.2 million per year makes him the sixth highest-paid running back in the league, according to spotrac.com.

Browns RB Nick Chubb: 'It means a lot to me to be able to stay in Cleveland'

On Monday, the Cleveland Browns officially announced the signing of running back Nick Chubb to a three-year, $36.6 million extension with $20 million guaranteed. Chubb has been one of Cleveland's key offensive weapons since being drafted in 2018, and he's excited to remain with the Browns through at least the 2024 season.
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North Clayton alum Morgan Burnett, recently retired from the NFL, imparts wisdom on local high-schoolers

Close to 40 Clayton County high school football players, sitting in the heart of the College Football Hall of Fame last Thursday, listened intently to a hometown hero. Longtime NFL player and North Clayton graduate Morgan Burnett, the featured speaker at Clayton County Public Schools Media Day, shared guidance surrounding what he called the “three C's” — consistency, class and character — and stressed taking pride in Clayton County. He advised the players from opposing programs to get to know each other, citing his friendships with fellow Clayton alumni Tashard Choice (Lovejoy) and Jamal Lewis (Jonesboro) that continued from high school to Georgia Tech, where they were teammates after being high school rivals.