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  • Patriots' Terrance Mitchell: Gets one-year deal from New England

    Mitchell and the Patriots agreed to terms Wednesday on a one-year, $3 million contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Mitchell served as a starter in Houston's secondary in 2021, appearing in 14 contests and totaling 60 tackles, 10 pass breakups and an interception.. The addition of Mitchell helps shore up New England's depth at cornerback after the team elected not to place its franchise tag on J.C. Jackson before allowing him to leave for the Chargers in free agency.
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  • Terrance Mitchell: Time up in Houston

    The Texans are releasing Mitchell on Thursday, Cole Thompson of SI.com reports. Mitchell's release will free up roughly $3 million in cap space for the Texans. The 29-year-old operated as a starter last season, and he accumulated 60 tackles, 10 pass breakups, one interception and three forced fumbles across 14 appearances. Depending on what sort of interest Mitchell gathers as a free agent, he may need to accept more of a depth role at his next landing spot.
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  • Texans' Terrance Mitchell: Listed as questionable for Sunday

    Mitchell (concussion) has been listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Bills. Mitchell left Week 2 with a concussion. He was unable to clear concussion protocols during the short turnaround and was inactive for Week 3. The 29-year-old was able to log to limited practices to end the week, but it's unclear if he will suit up in Week 4. If he is inactive, expect Tremon Smith and Desmond King to see increased snaps once again.
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  • Texans' Terrance Mitchell: Enters concussion protocol

    Coach David Culley revealed Monday that Mitchell is in the concussion protocol, Aaron Reiss of The Athletic reports. Mitchell was forced out of Sunday's loss to the Browns due to his injury, and he'll have several steps to clear before he's able to return to the field. If the 29-year-old is unable to play in Thursday night's matchup against the Panthers, Tremon Smith and Desmond King will likely see increased work in Houston's secondary.
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  • Texans' Terrance Mitchell: Lands with Texans

    Mitchell signed a two-year deal worth up to $7.5 million, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Mitchell took a big step forward with the Browns in 2020, playing a career-high 1,071 snaps while logging 65 tackles and 13 passes defended. He's now been rewarded by the Texans with a new multi-year deal and will be relied upon to bolster what was a poor secondary last season.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Will play in wild-card round

    Mitchell (personal) will play in Sunday's wild-card round game against the Steelers. Mitchell missed Friday's practice after what turned out to be a false positive COVID-19 test. He has tested negative since and gotten clearance to play, and Mitchell should play an increased role in a Cleveland secondary that will be without top cornerback Denzel Ward (reserve/COVID-19).
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Questionable for wild-card round

    Mitchell (personal) is questionable for Sunday's wild-card round game against the Steelers, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports. Mitchell's questionable designation isn't injury-related, though the exact reason for his inclusion on the injury report is unknown. If Mitchell's unable to suit up Sunday, Tavierre Thomas would be in line for a larger role in Cleveland's undermanned cornerback corps.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Piles up 12 tackles

    Mitchell posted 12 tackles (11 solo) in Sunday's 49-38 win over the Cowboys. Mitchell led the Browns in tackles since Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott attempted 58 passes Sunday, but the cornerback's coverage has been decent this season. Through four games, Mitchell has allowed a 99.1 passer rating while filling in for Greedy Williams (shoulder). Mitchell will likely maintain a consistent role even when Williams returns, but he's probably not worth an add in IDP formats with Sunday's numbers considered an anomaly.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Misses Monday's practice

    Mitchell did not practice Monday due to a knee injury, Joshua Gunter and Mark Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer report. Mitchell is one of a rapidly expanding list of injured cornerbacks for the Browns. He joins Kevin Johnson (abdomen), Greedy Williams (shoulder) and M.J. Stewart (hamstring) on the sidelines.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Getting start Sunday

    Mitchell will start at cornerback against the Seahawks on Sunday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Mitchell is drawing a fourth straight start in place of rookie Greedy Williams (hamstring). With Denzel Ward (hamstring) also inactive, the Browns will be forced to operate without both starting cornerbacks against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Return from IR on tap

    Mitchell (wrist) will return from injured reserve Week 14, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. Mitchell was placed on injured reserve Oct. 2 after undergoing surgery on his broken wrist. It was initially thought that the fifth-year pro would miss the remainder of the 2018 season, but Mitchell has progressed quickly in his recovery and is expected to return prior to Sunday's tilt against the Panthers. It remains to be seen whether Mitchell will be able to suit up Week 14, but his presence would be a notable boon to the Browns' secondary if Denzel Ward (concussion) is unable to go.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Suffers fractured forearm

    Mitchell fractured his forearm during Sunday's 45-42 loss to the Raiders, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Mitchell was replaced by T.J. Carrie, who will likely slot into the lineup as Cleveland's starting right cornerback for the foreseeable future. A recovery timetable for Mitchell has yet to be disclosed, but injuries of this nature can take up to eight weeks to fully heal. The 26-year-old's injury is a substantial blow to the Browns' secondary.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Injures wrist Sunday

    Mitchell suffered a wrist injury during Sunday's game against the Raiders. Mitchell was carted to the locker room during the first half of the Week 4 matchup, due to what has been disclosed as a wrist injury. Expect an update on the 26-year-old's health if he is unable to return to the field, and for T.J. Carrie to slot into the starting lineup as long as Mitchell remains sidelined.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Carted to locker room Sunday

    Mitchell suffered a right-arm injury and was carted to the locker room in Sunday's game against the Raiders, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports. Mitchell has at least five tackles in every game this season and has one interception and two forced fumbles on the year. T.J. Carrie will take over while the 26-year-old is out.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Forces two fumbles in loss

    Mitchell posted five tackles and forced two fumbles during Sunday's 21-18 loss to the Saints. It's been a strong start to the season for Mitchell, who inked a three-year deal with the Browns this offseason. He's accumulated 11 tackles, two forced fumbles and one pass breakup while playing 80 percent of the team's defensive snaps.
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  • Browns' Terrance Mitchell: Inks three-year deal with Browns

    Mitchell signed a three-year, $12 million contract with the Browns on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Mitchell, a 2014 seventh-rounder, easily had his best statistical season as professional last year with the Chiefs but proved to be somewhat of an on-field liability -- so much so he was ultimately benched in Week 8. He didn't see significant playing time again until Week 12 before getting benched again in Week 16, and then once again for Kansas City's postseason loss to the Titans on Jan. 6. Fortunately, he'll now get a fresh start in Cleveland and will compete for slotting on the depth chart underneath undisputed top cornerback Jason McCourty.
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  • Chiefs' Terrance Mitchell: Breaks out in 2017

    Mitchell racked up 53 tackles (48 solo) and four interceptions during the 2017 regular season. Mitchell appeared in no more than eight games in his first three NFL seasons and wasn't much of a contributor in his first few seasons in the league. That changed in 2017, when the fourth-year cornerback provided the team with some quality snaps with Steven Nelson down with an abdominal injury early in the season, and Marcus Peters missing a game late due to a suspension and a rest day in Week 17. The team signed Darrelle Revis late in the campaign, but that experiment seemingly fell flat. A restricted free agent heading into 2018, it wouldn't be surprising if the Chiefs re-upped the 25-year-old in 2018, albeit more as a depth corner when Peters and Nelson are both on the field.
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  • Chiefs' Terrance Mitchell: Strains hamstring

    Mitchell suffered a strained hamstring at Thursday's practice, Sydney Ringdahl of Chiefs.com reports. After being carted off the field Thursday, this news should cause Mitchell to breathe a sigh of relief. There was no tear in his hamstring, so he is expected to make a relatively quick recovery. He is competing for reps at cornerback, so a quick return to camp will be advantageous for the 25-year-old.
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  • Terrance Mitchell: Waived by Chiefs Monday

    Mitchell was waived by the Chiefs on Monday, Terez A. Paylor of The Kansas City Star reports. Mitchell signed with the Chiefs on Oct. 18, but only played in one out of three games for the team while on the roster. It is unclear what corresponding roster move the Chiefs will make at this time.
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  • Chiefs' Terrance Mitchell: Signs with Chiefs

    Mitchell signed with the Chiefs on Tuesday. The Chiefs made a plethora of moves on Tuesday, additionally adding Kendall Reyes, Rakeem Nunez-Roaches, and Ramik Wilson to the active roster. The 24-year-old has never logged a start in the league, having last played for the Cowboys at the tail-end of the 2015 season. Look for him to serve primarily as a reserve cornerback and special teams contributor.
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