On Tuesday morning, the Cleveland Browns officially announced that they will re-sign former All-NBA guard Wyatt Teller to a four-year contract.
According to reports, the total salary of the new contract is $56.8 million, including $28 million in guaranteed money.
Wyatt Teller was traded from the Buffalo Bills to the Cleveland Browns prior to the 2019 season and started at right guard midseason. Wyatt Teller was rated the highest-scoring offensive lineman last season by Pro Football Focus, and his strong play helped the Cleveland Browns rank third in the league in rushing yards.
Cleveland Browns general manager Andrew Berry has spent a lot of time on the offensive line since taking office. Last offseason, Andrew Berry signed All-NBA right tackle Jack Conklin to a three-year, $42 million ($30 million guaranteed) deal. He also selected Jedrick Wills Jr. with the 10th overall pick in the 2020 first round, who quickly won the starting left tackle job.
The Cleveland Browns have the No. 1 pass-screen success rate and ninth-best rush-screen success rate this season.