Orlando Brown Jr. indicators 4-year cope with Cincinnati Bengals

Offensive deal with Orlando Brown Jr. has signed a four-year, $64.1 million cope with the Cincinnati Bengals, NFL Network reported on Wednesday. The deal features a $31 million signing bonus, a brand new document for an offensive lineman.

Brown earns a top-five rating for his Super Bowl parade shirt alone. He and different members of the Chiefs offensive line wore easy T-shirts emblazoned with the phrase “0 Sacks” in reference to the truth that in opposition to Philly’s league-best defensive position, quarterback Patrick Mahomes was not sacked in Super Bowl LVII. Now add in the truth that Brown is likely one of the greatest tackles within the league and would not have a long-term deal. The Chiefs are anticipated to franchise tag the 26-year-old as they attempt to hold each Brown and RT Andrew Wylie, however they’re going to additionally have to pay Brown, or he’ll land proper again on this checklist subsequent yr.

Prior to his time with the Chiefs, the Baltimore Ravens chosen Brown within the third spherical of the 2018 NFL Draft, making him the ninth offensive deal with drafted that yr. In his time with the Ravens (2018-2020), Brown by no means missed a sport, although he began simply 11 video games (common season plus playoffs) in his rookie season. 

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