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Chris Hubbard headed to Browns on five-year deal

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Chris Hubbard, a valuable member of the Steelers offensive line the past four years, will sign a contract with the Browns when the new league year begins Wednesday. Hubbard, an unrestricted free agent, will sign for $37.5 million over five years.

Chris Hubbard is signing a five-year deal with the Browns, source confirms.

— Ray Fittipaldo (@rayfitt1) March 13, 2018

Hubbard started 10 games at right tackle last season, but with starting tackles Marcus Gilbert and Alejandro Villanueva signed to long-term deals, the Steelers could not afford to keep Hubbard, who received $18 million in guaranteed money.