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Sources: Seahawks, Wilson agree to deal

Quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $87.6 million, sources confirmed to ESPN.

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Junior Galette to sign with Redskins

Former Saints LB Junior Galette is signing a 1-year deal in Washington, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter. He recorded 10 sacks last season with New Orleans.

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Mike Rodak @mikerodak

Bills QBs very mediocre today. From 11-on-11s that I watched: Cassel: 5 for 7, INT Taylor: 2 for 4, 3 sacks, TD Manuel: 0 for 1, 2 sacks

Mike Golic pleads with Jets' Richardson

"Look what happened to Jerome Brown. I can plead to Sheldon. Google it, Sheldon. Look at it. Read the story. Guy that was 27 years old, lived fast, had a good time, drove fast, and that’s how he was killed with his nephew. Driving fast in his Corvette. Car went out of control, flipped, hit a telephone poll. Both dead. That quickly. It’s over."

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Clayton: Both sides win in Wilson deal

"[Russell] Wilson deserved to be paid and he accepted a strong contract. Call it a 'checkdown' with a great pay-off. Or call it taking the safe play, but the right play. ... It came down to the deadline, but in the end this was a win-win deal," John Clayton wrote. Good job, everyone

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Bashaud Breeland suspended 1 game

The Redskins CB will miss the season opener vs. the Dolphins for being cited for possession of marijuana last August 11 during training camp. Breeland started 15 games for Washington last season.

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Impact of Wilson contract on Seahawks?

Said Ryan Clark: "They've been budgeting for this deal. Even with giving everybody else their money, they made sure they had the money to get this done. I think going forward, they will keep as many key pieces as they can."

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More off-field issues for Richardson

Already suspended at the start of the season, Jets DE Sheldon Richardson has been charged with resisting arrest and various traffic violations, and Chris Mortenson said Richardson will be facing review under the personal conduct policy.

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Russell Wilson, by the numbers

The QB and the Seahawks have agreed to a deal that will make Wilson one of the highest-paid players in the NFL. And the numbers say Wilson is worth it -- his 36 wins in his first three seasons is the most by a starting QB in the Super Bowl era. All he does is win

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Russell Wilson agrees to extension

The Seahawks QB had set a self-imposed deadline of today for contract extension talks -- and it paid off. Wilson and Seattle have reached an agreement on a 4-year, $87.6M extension on the day the team takes the field for training camp, according to ESPN and Sports Illustrated.

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Seahawks keeping their core together

Herm Edwards approves of QB Russell Wilson's four-year, $87.6M contract extension: "It's about winning. It's about what you bring to your football team."

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Michael DiRocco @ESPNdirocco

Marqise Lee was on his knee calling for head trainer. Looks like it may be an issue with the brace he's wearing on his left knee.

Wilson hit the ground running

Russell Wilson, who agreed to a 4-year extension with Seattle today, has rushed for 1,877 yards in his career, the most among all QBs since 2012 and the second-most by any QB in their first three seasons since the 1970 NFL/AFL merger.

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Jets DL charged with resisting arrest

Sheldon Richardson, who is already suspended 4 games for marijuana use, was charged in connection with a high-speed street race in which he allegedly was clocked going as fast as 143 mph. A probable cause statement released by police said Richardson endangered the welfare of a child in the first degree, as a 12-year-old child was in the vehicle. 12 days after ban