The Browns haven’t had much to celebrate this season, but they are apparently pleased with the play of center JC Tretter because they’ll be keeping him around a while.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Browns have signed Tretter to a three-year contract extension. Tretter’s reportedly set to make $32.5 million over the life of the deal with over $23 million in guaranteed money.
Tretter was a 2013 fourth-round pick by the Packers and signed with the Browns as a free agent in 2017. This season is the final one of that three-year pact.
Tretter has started every game the Browns have played since he arrived in Cleveland. He’ll tangle with the Bills defensive line in Week 10.