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Cleveland Browns, No. 1 draft pick Myles Garrett agree to contract

19 May 2017, 10:31 | Pamela Mathis

Eric Beavers

Eric Beavers

There's workout music. There's pregame music.

So it's not a big surprise that No. 1 overall pick Myles Garrett signed his contract with the Cleveland Browns on Friday, but it's still a positive day for the organization.

There was one thing a little ... interesting about Garrett's signing: his choice of song. The mysterious lyrics to "Kiss from a Rose" only add to the mystery of why it was Garrett's choice.

It was a fitting scene for a player with a fascinating personality and a broad array of interests, including music, art, dinosaurs and poetry.

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The 4-year deal includes an option for a fifth year and will pay Garrett $30.4 million, which is set by the NFL's collective bargaining agreement, and includes a $20.3 million signing bonus.

During his time as a standout at Texas A&M, the two-time All-American recorded 31 sacks, 141 tackles and seven forced fumbles.

The Browns have signed six of their 10 draft picks, including DL Larry Ogunjobi, DB Howard Wilson, OL Rod Johnson, K Zane Gonzalez and RB Matthew Dayes. He earned first-team All-American honors the past two seasons and became the ninth unanimous All-American selection in school history a year ago.



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