Browns, Myles Garrett close to $125 million contract extension

The Cleveland Browns and Professional Bowl defensive finish Myles Garrett are reportedly on the verge of an enormous extension.

Garrett is anticipated to signal a five-year contract value as much as $125 million ($100 million assured) that may preserve him in Cleveland by 2026, NFL Network reported Tuesday, a day earlier than the deadline for franchise gamers to signal long-term offers.

He entered the offseason with two years left on his rookie contract, and his new pact will make him the highest-paid defensive participant in annual common wage, surpassing Chicago Bears star Khalil Mack.

The 2017 first total choose had 10 sacks in 10 video games final season earlier than he was suspended for hitting Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph on the pinnacle with Rudolph’s helmet following a tussle between the 2 gamers.

Garrett had alleged to the NFL that Rudolph referred to as him a racial slur previous to the incident. Rudolph, who was fined $50,000 for his position within the combat, denied the allegation and the NFL “discovered no such proof” of it happening.

Garrett, 24, was reinstated by the league in February.

Garrett has 30.5 sacks and 104 mixed tackles in 37 profession video games.

He returns to a staff that completed 6-10 final season and cleaned home, firing its coach and GM.

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