Second-round edge defender Nate Orchard has agreed to terms on his rookie contract with the Browns, tweets Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun.
The Utah defensive end, the 51st overall pick in the draft, will have a cap number of $812K in his first season with the Browns. Assuming he plays out his full four-year deal with the team, he’ll earn a total of about $4.466MM, including a signing bonus worth more than $1.5MM.
Orchard was the Browns’ third draftee last week, coming off the board on day two after Cleveland grabbed defensive tackle Danny Shelton and offensive lineman Cameron Erving in the first round. Both of those first-rounders remain unsigned for now.