Browns, G Joel Bitonio agree on extension

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The Browns have now agreed to overtime with two goalies in two days. Shortly after their Wyatt teller Okay, the Browns reconciled with Joel bitonio, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets.

This is a three-year extension for the 30-year-old left-back, the team said. It registers at three years and at $ 48 million, adds Rapoport (on Twitter). This again makes Bitonio the Browns’ highest paid offensive lineman and matches Joe thuneythe custody record of $ 16 billion AAV.

A second Bitonio extension emerged as a strong possibility earlier today, and the Browns went from having Teller in a one-year contract and Bitonio on a deal until 2022 to both signed long-term. These moves arguably lock down the NFL’s premier guard tandem, keeping the core tenets of Cleveland’s dominant running game in the fold.

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Since signing a five-year, $ 50 million pact in 2017, Bitonio has seen the guard market transform. Ten guards entered the winner on Wednesday, including Teller, who accepted a four-year contract worth $ 56.8 million. Considering Bitonio’s achievements at the start of his season at age 30, he will almost certainly receive a big raise from his previous deal.

Bitonio made three Pro Bowls while playing on that $ 10million-a-year contract, and over the past two seasons the Browns have deployed a leading offensive line. Pro Football Focus has Teller and Bitonio as No. 2 and 3 general guards this season. Cleveland is historically talented Nick chubbKareem Hunting The backfield duo have the Browns second in rushing yards this season, and in the game both Pro Bowlers missed, the former Alliance of American Football comeback. By Ernest Johnson totaled nearly 200 yards of scrimmage in a win over the Broncos.

The last link to Cleveland’s Joe thomas-Front offensive lines, Bitonio is the oldest player on the team. The Browns selected him during the Ray farmer GM’s regime, acquiring it in the second round of the 2014 draft. Bitonio has started in Week 1 of his rookie season and has made 104 starts in his career.

Showing enormous commitment to their front, Cleveland now has four O linemen – Bitonio, Teller, center JC Tretter and right tackle Jack Conklin – signed agreements with veterans until at least 2022. Tretter and Conklin’s contracts continue until next season. Jedrick willsThe rookie deal runs until 2023, with a fifth year option included that could last until 2024.

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