Browns Sign Key O-Lineman to Massive Extension
The Cleveland Browns fully understand that they are successful when they win in the trenches, particularly with exceptional offensive line play. Cleveland locked up an important member of the O-line with a massive contract extension on Tuesday.
Cleveland signed guard Wyatt Teller to a four-year, $56.8 million extension according to reports.
Wyatt Teller Contract
The extension vaults Teller into one of the NFL's highest-paid guards across the league. His contract averages at $14.2 million per year and slots behind just Brandon Scherff and Joe Thuney in terms of yearly contracts.
Teller has continued to improve since joining the Browns after a rookie season with the Buffalo Bills. The fourth-year guard carved out a deeper role each and every year and has now played 100% of Cleveland's offensive snaps in 2021.
The former fifth-round draft pick is playing at an elite level this year and owns a 89.8 overall rating on ProFootballFocus while allowing just 1 sack and 4 penalties in 588 offensive snaps.
Cleveland ranks second in the league with 160.2 rushing yards per game and averages an absurd 178 rushing yards per game across their five wins.
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