Browns: Myles Garrett on the verge of signing a huge extension

Browns: Myles Garrett sur le point de signer une énorme prolongation

The Cleveland Browns are on the point of agree with the defensive end Myles Garrett on the details of a five-year contract and$125 Million.

At least that is what the network NFL Network reported on Tuesday. Some details, however, remain to be addressed, and the announcement could be made in the next few days. Currently there are only two years to the contract of entry of Garrett.

Having been invited to the Pro Bowl in 2018, during its second season in the NFL, Garrett has been limited to 10 games in 2019 because of a suspension. It has, nevertheless, achieved 10 sacks in the quarter and 29 tackles.

It is, however, his shot helmet to the head of the quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers Mason Rudolph on November 15 last, which has caught the attention. After having initially suspended for an indefinite period, the NFL has decided to put an end to his punishment at the end of the last campaign.

The Chiefs still use the checkbook

Less than ten days after he offered a 10-year contract worth$ 503 Million to Patrick Mahomes, the Chiefs of Kansas City have again spent a lot of money, this time for the defensive lineman Chris Jones.

The contract, for a period of four seasons, will earn$ 85 Million to the athlete of 26 years, according to the website NFL.com. Of this amount,$ 60 Million guaranteed.

Jones has distinguished himself as one of the best players at his position in his third year in the NFL, in 2018, registering a 15.5 sacks in the quarter. During its most recent season, Jones carried out 9 bags of the quarter in 13 meetings, in addition to winning the Super Bowl with the Chiefs. He has also received an invitation to the Pro Bowl.

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