Reports: Browns will sign Super Bowl champion linebacker Mychal Kendricks to one-year-deal after all

It was a whirlwind day of back and forth, but now it appears the Cleveland Browns will in fact sign Super Bowl champion linebacker Mychal Kendricks to a one-year-deal, reports say.

After initial reports from NFL.com that the Browns were signing him, Kendricks reportedly told Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press that the report was not accurate, and that he wasn't really talking about it.

 

 

 

 

A few hours later, more reports are confirming the move, and Tomasson tweeted this:

 

 

Kendricks was a member of the Eagles Super Bowl team from last season, where he started 13 games.

He's appeared in 12 or more games every year, and for his career, has 459 tackles, 14 sacks, 26 passes defensed and three interceptions. 

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He was likely released from the Eagles as a salary cap measure, but it is unknown how much the one-year-deal with Cleveland would be worth.

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