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Report: Browns To Sign Former Eagles Linebacker Mychal Kendricks



Kendricks has officially agreed to sign the one-year, $3.5 million deal with Cleveland. The report comes from Yahoo! Sports’ Jordan Schultz Sunday evening.



Mychal Kendricks has taken to Twitter and stated he hasn’t signed a deal with Cleveland, refuting the report earlier from Rapoport.

Some more context on the situation:

The Cleveland Browns will be signing linebacker Mychal Kendricks to a one-year deal, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported on Sunday afternoon. Kendricks played with the Philadelphia Eagles for the first six seasons of his NFL career.

Kendricks has played in 85 games in his career, missing a high-mark of four games back in 2014. He’s piled up 338 tackles, picked off three passes for interceptions, and has recovered five fumbles. He also has 14 career sacks that he earned with the Eagles.

The defending Super Bowl Champion is 27-years old and will help strengthen a ridiculously-talented linebacking core of Jamie Collins, Christian Kirksey, and Joe Schobert.

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