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Saints' Taysom Hill, Browns' Kareem Hunt staying put as deadline passes

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No NFL restricted free agents signed offer sheets with other teams before Friday's deadline, which means players such as New Orleans Saints quarterback Taysom Hill, Cleveland Browns running back Kareem Hunt and San Francisco 49ers running back Matt Breida won't be switching teams.Breida signed his one-year, $3.259 million tender with the 49ers on Thursday, and Hunt plans to do the same with the Browns, according to multiple sources.Hill has not yet signed his one-year, $4.641 million tender with the Saints. And he has caught 25 passes for 265 yards and eight touchdowns, including the playoffs.Hill's best game was arguably his most recent one -- that playoff loss to the Vikings in which he completed the 50-yard pass, ran the ball four times for 50 yards and caught two passes for 25 yards, including a touchdown.Payton has said multiple times this offseason that the Saints plan to sign or draft another quarterback so that they can have three QBs active on game days and keep Hill in his versatile role.Hill told ESPN's Adam Schefter last month that he planned to consider his options in free agency -- but that he was "in no hurry to leave New Orleans.""As I look at my career, I have goals and I have a vision for myself as to what I can be in the NFL," said Hill, who has always made it clear that he wants to be a starting NFL quarterback.

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