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Stephon Gilmore’s quiet contract hold-in continues

The 2020 labor deal has made it harder for unhappy players to hold out. Some teams have tolerated unhappy players holding in — reporting for camp, attending meetings, but not practicing or playing in games. Some of the contract standoffs have been resolved. In Miami, the Dolphins and cornerback Xavien Howard worked out their differences. [more]

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