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NFL roundup: Browns sign Wimbley

| Sunday, July 23, 2006

The Cleveland Browns signed first-round pick Kamerion Wimbley to a six-year, $23.7 million deal. The linebacker was taken 13th overall.


Dallas signs Witten

Dallas tight end and two-time Pro Bowler Jason Witten agreed to a seven year, $29 million contract with the Cowboys.


Jets sign Washington, Coleman

The New York Jets signed fourth-round pick Leon Washington and sixth-round choice Drew Coleman on Saturday.

Washington, a running back out of Florida State, became the first player in the Bobby Bowden era to score a touchdown five ways (rushing, receiving, punt return, kickoff return and fumble recovery). He finished with 2,041 rushing yards, ranking 10th in school history.

Coleman, a cornerback out of TCU, had 49 tackles and five interceptions in his two-year career with the Horned Frogs after starting at Trinity Valley Community College.


Bear TE arrested

Chicago Bears tight end John Gilmore, a former Penn State player, was arrested early yesterday and charged with marijuana possession and three other misdemeanors after allegedly refusing to leave a bar.

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