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The NFL announced on Friday that the San Diego Chargers and Buffalo Bills had agreed to a deal that will keep the Bills in San Diego through 2019.
The deal also includes the Rams, who were previously the subject of trade talks with the Browns, but have since cooled down, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport.
The Chargers and Bills are expected to announce a new contract before the start of training camp, which kicks off Saturday in Arizona.
The two teams have not had a meeting yet.
The Rams were expected to sign a new deal with coach Jeff Fisher and general manager Les Snead, but they didn’t, Rapoports reports.
That deal is reportedly worth between $25 million and $30 million per year.
The Rams could end up signing a long-term deal with a coach who is on the open market this summer.
If the Bills sign a long term deal with Fisher, the Rams could also sign a player.
Rapoporters Mike Florio and Bucky Brooks said on Friday the Bills and Raiders are in the process of shopping defensive end Robert Quinn.
The Bills would be looking to clear cap space and could also bring in another defensive lineman to shore up a need.
Quinn would be a free agent after the 2019 season, and the Raiders could also pursue a defensive tackle in free agency, Rapaport reports.
The Bills have a $25.5 million cap figure and have a lot of salary cap room, but there is a lot to work out.
Rapaports says the team will be very interested in trading for an outside linebacker, though.