Raymond Clayborn, a three-time Pro Bowl cornerback who played 13 seasons for the New England Patriots, has been chosen as the 26th member of the Patriots’ Hall of Fame.

Clayborn, who wore No. 26, was voted into the hall by fans on his fourth consecutive year as a finalist, beating out fellow finalists Richard Seymour and Mike Vrabel.

The 16th overall pick in the 1977 draft, Clayborn set a franchise record with 36 interceptions, which was later tied by Ty Law. He also returned 57 kickoffs for 1,538 yards and three touchdowns. His average of 31 yards per kickoff return as a rookie led the league and remains a Patriots record.

Clayborn paired with NFL Hall of Famer Mike Haynes through 1982 to form one of the best cornerback tandems in league history.

Clayborn finished his career playing two seasons in Cleveland.

DeAndrew White, a wide receiver who spent the 2016 season on the Patriots’ practice squad, was re-signed by the Patriots.

White, 25, played four games for the San Francisco 49ers in 2015 as a rookie free agent out of Alabama, catching two passes for 18 yards, and returning six kickoffs for 142 yards and one punt for four yards. He was cut at the end of San Francisco’s training camp in 2016, and signed 11 days later to New England’s practice squad.

NFL OWNERS meet Tuesday in Chicago, and they could vote then on a proposal by the competition committee to cut overtime from 15 minutes to 10 in preseason and regular-season games.

The measure must be ratified by at least 24 of 32 teams, but some within the league believe it will be approved. The proposal was considered by the owners at the annual league meeting in March but was tabled without a vote.

Proposals made by the competition committee in the name of player safety generally are ratified by owners with little to no opposition.

The overtime format for postseason games would be unchanged.

Owners also are expected to vote on a proposal enabling each team to activate two players from the injured reserve list per season instead of one.

THE NFL says cornerback Darrelle Revis will not face discipline after he was arrested in a fight in Pittsburgh in February.

Revis faced four felony counts, including aggravated assault and other charges alleging he was in a fight with two men, but those charges were dismissed in March by a Pittsburgh judge.

Revis, 31, was released by the Jets in March shortly after the NFL’s free-agency period began. The Jets still owe him $6 million as part of the $39 million in guarantees in the five-year, $70 million deal he signed with New York in 2015.

Revis also has played for Tampa Bay and New England.

RAVENS: Backup safety Matt Elam was arrested for the second time in less than three months.

According to Palm Beach (Florida) County records, Elam was booked at 8:48 a.m. Monday at the county’s main detention center and charged with grand theft and battery. He’s being held on $4,500 bond.

TMZ Sports reported that he was arrested in Delray Beach, Florida, after getting into a fight with his girlfriend over a cellphone.

Elam was also arrested in late February in Miami and charged with marijuana possession of more than 20 grams, possession of marijuana with intent to sell, possession of a controlled substance and reckless driving.

Elam was a first-round draft pick in 2013 but hasn’t started a game since 2014.

RAMS: All-Pro defensive lineman Aaron Donald skipped the first day of organized team activities while he negotiates a long-term contract extension.

General Manager Les Snead said the team knew Donald wouldn’t be at their training complex, and he isn’t worried about a long-term absence for the anchor of the defense. Donald already is under contract through 2018.

The Rams exercised their fifth-year option for 2018 last month, agreeing to pay him nearly $7 million next year. Snead has repeatedly said the Rams plan to sign their 2014 first-round pick to a long-term deal, believing Donald deserves a hefty raise.

Donald is a three-time Pro Bowler and a two-time All-Pro in his three-year career.