The contract is expected to include $17 million in guaranteed money, according to Adam Caplan of ESPN.
The Browns entered free agency with the most cap space available, and have opted to add a veteran pass-catcher for whomever they choose to be their starting quarterback in 2017.
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It’s the largest deal in Britt’s eight-year career. He spent his first five years with the Tennessee Titans, then signed a one-year deal with the then-St. Louis Rams in 2014, followed by a two-year extension in 2015.
Britt is coming off his best year as a pro. He hauled in 68 passes for his first 1,000-yard season and scored five touchdowns.
The Browns are rolling the dice in hopes it isn’t a one-year mirage. The team still has the money to also re-sign Terrelle Pryor, but after adding Britt, Cleveland may opt to let the youngster walk.
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