Jack Conklin agrees to terms with Browns

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The Browns have landed a second agreement with one of this year’s top free agents.

Agent Drew Rosenhaus told PFT that his client Jack Conklin has agreed to a three-year deal with the Browns. It’s a $42 million deal with $30 million fully guaranteed and $20 million going to the former Titans right tackle in 2020.

Conklin will only be 28 when the three-year pact is up, so continued strong play in the coming years should set him up for another big payday with the salary cap expected to go up in the future.

The Browns also agreed to terms with tight end Austin Hooper on Monday, so they’ve made a pair of additions that should make offensive players in Cleveland happy heading into the 2020 season.

11 responses to “Jack Conklin agrees to terms with Browns

  1. Wow, great signing day Browns fans!! Would love to see another tackle picked up before the draft. Conklin signing showing importance of need for pass protection and keep are running backs having 1000yd seasons. (Don’t forget safeties, another receiver, right guard, DT, linebackers, and another DB. God Bless

    PS: sign Keenum

  2. Thats a good signing. I think the price is ok, he’s young, and it’s 3 years, and he has incentive to play well for his next contract.

  3. Browns always “win” the off-season.

    They’ve replaced the Eagles as the team that looks greater every tear “on paper” – and then loses the real games,

  4. I don’t know Conklin well but I can say that Austin Hooper will never be heard from. He averaged 10 yard/catch with Julio and company. In Cleveland defenses will actually pay attention to him.

  5. I wonder if the Browns realize there isn’t going to be a 2020 season?

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