Cordy Glenn has become one of the NFL's top-paid left tackles after agreeing to a five-year, $65 million contract extension with the Buffalo Bills. The Bills announced the deal Tuesday evening, about an hour after Glenn's representatives, Sports Trust Advisors, said on its Twitter account that an agreement had been reached. Dallas Cowboys Tyron Smith tops the list with an eight-year deal worth $97.6 million.
New Orleans Saints left tackle Terron Armstead has agreed to a five-year extension that runs through the 2021 season. Armstead, who was a third-round draft pick by the Saints out of Arkansas-Pine Bluff in 2013, has been a starter since late in his rookie season. ''Terron is a valuable and important piece to our offense and has shown that he is one of the top players in the game today,'' Saints general manager Mickey Loomis said when the team announced the extension Tuesday afternoon.
MIAMI (AP) -- Pro Football Hall of Fame coach Don Shula has been admitted to a hospital for treatment of fluid retention and sleep apnea.
The Dolphins don't even plan to set foot on the practice field. The Sunshine State teams could be starting an NFL trend this week by making significant changes to the way they handle initial training sessions for draft picks and undrafted rookies. The Jaguars are holding a ''rookie orientation,'' in which there will be a lot of meetings and a little time on the field for individual drills.
Dana Stubblefield is accused of raping the woman in his home in Morgan Hill, California, south of San Jose. The woman, who was then 31, traveled to Stubblefield's home on April 9, 2015, to interview for a job babysitting his children. Investigators say she left after 20 minutes, but she returned when Stubblefield texted her that he wanted to pay for her time.
Looks like there's still a little fuel left James Harrison's tank after all. The five-time Pro Bowl linebacker announced on his verified Instagram Monday that he plans on returning to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2016. Harrison finished with five sacks in 2015, but said after Pittsburgh's loss to Denver in the playoffs that he needed time to figure out if he wanted to come back for a 14th season.
According to a person familiar with the process, the Jacksonville Jaguars have declined to exercise a fifth-year option on former first-round draft pick Luke Joeckel. Joeckel signed a four-year, fully guaranteed deal worth about $21 million after Jacksonville made him the second overall pick in 2013. The contract included a team option for the 2017 season, in which Joeckel would have made close to $12 million.
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