Browns extend guard Wyatt Teller

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Browns guard Wyatt Teller will remain in Cleveland for years to come.

The Browns and Teller have agreed to a four-year contract extension that keeps him under contract through the 2025 season.

Originally a fifth-round pick of the Bills in 2018, Teller arrived in Cleveland in a trade in 2019, and that trade has paid off in a big way for Cleveland. Teller has now been a starter on the offensive line for three years, and this year he has played 100 percent of the Browns’ offensive snaps.

Teller was voted a second-team All-Pro for the 2020 season.

9 responses to “Browns extend guard Wyatt Teller

  1. it seems almost like the Browns traded OBJ for Teller, long term. Of course, that’s not the case but ridding themselves of Beckham’s contract had to help in signing WT.
    Good move!

  2. Did you see Teller’s pancake block on Chubb’s 70 yard TD? A thing of beauty for an O lineman. Cleveland Browns– best Offensive line in the NFL.

  3. So the terms of this deal should tell us whether they’ll be signing Baker this year or next I guessing they’ve decided to pick up his option for ‘22 instead of a new deal.

  4. Great move! He’s a beast that helps that run game go. Congrats Wyatt. Best Browns trade in recent history.

  5. Bills fan..Never will I understand why we traded him and for nothing!! Now Bills are stuck with a bust named Ford,was just telling my brother after Bills humiliating loss to Jags that teller and Conklin are 2 biggest mistakes Bills made in recent years,now Bills have the worst line in football when we could’ve had the one of the best with these two guys!! I’m happy for Teller !!! Knew he was going to be a great one!!!

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