The top overall pick has officially signed his first NFL contract. On Friday, the Cleveland Browns announced that they signed former Texas A&M and Arlington Martin star Myles Garrett. According to Benjamin Allbright, the deal is for four years and $30.4 million, all of which is fully guaranteed.
The 2017 No. 1 overall pick is OFFICIALLY a Brown!@MylesLGarrett has inked his rookie contract!
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) May 19, 2017
Per Ian Rappaport, Garrett becomes the 14th-highest paid defensive end in the league and he has yet to play a single snap in the league. The expectations will be very high for Garrett in Northeast Ohio.
Garrett is the sixth member of Cleveland’s 2017 draft class to sign. The Browns also signed former DeSoto cornerback Howard Wilson and former Deer Park kicker Zane Gonzalez.
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