DeShone Kizer heading to Packers in Damarious Randall deal with Browns

DeShone Kizer heading to Packers in Damarious Randall deal with Browns

After a miserable rookie year in Cleveland, Kizer may actually have a chance to learn and develop his game while handling clipboard duties behind Aaron Rodgers.

The move gives Sherman a head start on free agency. Veteran Davin House, who came back to Green Bay on a one-year deal last season, is a free agent. "Now whether that leads to us ending up signing a bunch (of players) or not, we'll see", Gutekunst said in Indianapolis. That's what I look for him to do in the offseason. Hundley looked overmatched as a starter previous year and there were probably a few executives in the Packers organization that notices. He also ran for 18 touchdowns and just under 1000 yards in those two seasons.

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Smith will earn $5 million this season so the move saves the Super Bowl champion Eagles much-needed space under the salary cap.

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Cleveland selected the rifle-armed Kizer in the second round last year, and after a unusual training camp in which he passed both Cody Kessler and Brock Osweiler on the depth chart, the 22-year-old was named the Browns' starter by coach Hue Jackson.

He followed that up with a 2016 season in which he completed 61.7 percent of his passes and threw for 3,025 yards and 17 touchdowns. He probably played the best football of his career, but then he didn't play the last two games. He started 25 games in his two seasons with the Panthers. The team will also take on Kizer's base salary in 2018 of $689,928, bringing the final cap relief to $824,490.

NFL Network and ESPN reported the move was imminent due to Mitchell's scheduled salary of more than $8 million for next season.

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