Browns rookie quarterback Brandon Weeden agreed to a four-year, $8.1 million contract this afternoon, a league source confirmed.
He was the final Cleveland rookie to come to terms on a contract. The Browns rookies are scheduled to report to training camp today, with the first practice Wednesday afternoon.
The veterans report Thursday, with the first full-squad practice Friday.
Weeden, the No. 22 pick in the draft, will have the first three years of the contract fully guaranteed and $900,000 guaranteed in the fourth year, according to SiriusXM Radio’s Adam Caplan. The new rookie wage scale slots the draft picks, so the holdup in finalizing the deal was how much of the fourth year would be guaranteed.
Weeden, 28, is the favorite to win the starting quarterback job, but coach Pat Shurmur has yet to make it official. Incumbent Colt McCoy and veteran backup Seneca Wallace are expected to join Weeden and the rookies at practice today.
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