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Browns sign Texas A&M's Myles Garrett, 1st overall pick

Browns sign Texas A&M's Myles Garrett, 1st overall pick

Myles Garrett is now officially a signed, sealed and delivered member of the Cleveland Browns. According to NFL Media, his four-year, fully guaranteed contract with Cleveland as the No. 1 overall pick is worth $30.4 million, with $20.25 million of it up front as a signing bonus. It includes a fifth-year club option, standard for first-round picks. The mysterious lyrics to "Kiss from a Rose" only add to the mystery of why it was Garrett's choice.

The Browns have signed six of the 10 players they drafted last month: Garrett, defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi (third round), cornerback Howard Wilson (fourth), offensive tackle Rod Johnson (fifth), kicker Zane Gonzalez (seventh) and running back Matthew Dayes (seventh round).

Mazzarri disappointed with Watford's mentality
The Watford board were growing serious concerns over the relationship with Mazzarri and his players. If nothing came up that interested me, I wouldn't mind having some time off.

Garrett played in 34 career games at Texas A&M, finishing with 31 sacks, 141 tackles and 7 forced fumbles where he was a 2-two-time first-team All-American and unanimous consensus All-American in 2016. Garrett was a two-time first-team All-American and two-time All-SEC first-team selection. Remaining unsigned are safety/kick returner Jabrill Peppers, tight end David Njoku, quarterback DeShone Kizer and defensive tackle Caleb Brantley.


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