Sport Browns, Nick Chubb reach agreement on extension

04:35  01 august  2021
04:35  01 august  2021 Source:   nbcsports.com

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One of the bigger offseason questions hanging over the Cleveland Browns has been answered with a positive affirmation. Per Mike Jones of USA TODAY, the Browns and star running back Nick Chubb have reached an agreement on a 4-year contract extension . Exact details of the deal are not yet confirmed, but the deal is expected to make Chubb among the highest-paid running backs in the NFL. It will keep him in Cleveland through the 2025 season. Chubb , 25, ran for 1,067 yards and 12 touchdowns in 12 games in 2020, his third NFL season.

Browns running back Nick Chubb is back at practice, and barring any setbacks during the week, he is set to return to action against the Texans on Sunday, six weeks after suffering a sprained MCL in the first half of the win in Dallas. Chubb ’s rare blend of power and explosiveness will allow Cleveland to get back to attacking first with the run and using it to help both the passing game and its struggling defense. Despite missing the last four games, Chubb leads the NFL with six rushes of 20-plus yards. If he plays at his usual level over the final eight games, Cleveland figures to make a real push at a

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Nick Chubb said last month that Cleveland was where he wanted to stay, and indeed he will for the foreseeable future.

The Browns have reached agreement on an extension with the running back, Mike Jones of USA Today reports.

It is a three-year extension worth $36.6 million with $20 million fully guaranteed, a source tells PFT.

Chubb was entering the final year of his rookie deal due to make $3.384 million in base salary in 2021.

He finished seventh in the league last season with 1,067 yards rushing and 12 rushing touchdowns despite playing only 12 games. He ranked second among qualified running backs in averaging 5.6 yards per carry in 2020.

Chubb has 3,557 rushing yards and 28 rushing touchdowns along with 72 receptions for 577 yards and two receiving touchdowns in 44 career games since the Browns made him a second-round choice in 2018.

Browns, Nick Chubb reach agreement on extension originally appeared on Pro Football Talk

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