After initially denying reports, Mychal Kendricks apparently will sign with Browns

Mychal Kendricks apparently does have a deal with the Browns. Multiple reports say Kendricks will sign a one-year contract worth as much as $3.5 million.

Kendricks denied reports of a deal with the Browns earlier Sunday.

The only allegation in the program from Charlie Sly is that growth hormone was sent repeatedly from the Guyer [Institute] to Ashley Manning in Florida, Davies said at the time. We’re not making the allegation against Peyton Manning…. Let’s make it clear what the allegation is. The allegation in the program is very simple, that when Charlie Sly worked in the Guyer [Institute] doing part of his training… the clinic was sending out not one shipment but repeated shipments of growth hormone to Ashley Manning in Florida. That’s it.

Watching the entire Eagles community come together has been an inspiration. We are truly grateful for all of the support we have received and we are looking forward to continuing our preparations for the 2018 season. Instead of visiting the White House, the Eagles held a previously scheduled OTA session. Although the team kept its statement short and sweet, that wasn’t the case for everyone. Several Eagles players blasted Trump for cancelling the visit. In a statement on Monday, Trump had mentioned that one of the reasons he called off the ceremony is because the Eagles disagree with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem, hand on heart, in honor of the great men and women of our military and the people of our country.

Many Eagles players, including Malcolm Jenkins, Chris Long and Zach Ertz then pointed out that every player on the roster did, in fact, stand for the national anthem during the 2017 season. In a lengthy tweet, Jenkins also pointed out the good things that the Eagles have accomplished off-the-field over the past year. We’ve fed the hungry, we’ve mentored our youth, we’ve fought to create opportunities for communities and individuals who have been disenfranchised, we’ve given scholarships, and the list goes on, Jenkins wrote.

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