The Cleveland Browns have recently finished signing their 2020 draft class.
Now that Grant Delpit has signed his rookie contract with the Cleveland Browns, they have signed all of their 2020 draft picks. Only 10 of the 32 first round picks from the 2020 NFL Draft have signed, but the Cleveland Browns have finished signing their entire class.
This makes the Browns the first team to sign their entire rookie class so far in 2020. With no more rookie contracts to handle, it is likely Andrew Berry will become more active in planning for the future, especially in 2021. Myles Garrett’s extension is evidence Berry is currently focused on the future. The team for 2020 is set, and every member of this draft class will likely be a part of it, and at least the 2021 roster.
It seems that the Browns draft luck has drastically improved since the dark ages of drafting Johnny Manziel and Justin Gilbert in the first round of the same draft. Three of the 10 draft picks from 2017 are currently on the Browns roster, as well as five of the nine draft picks from 2018. Six of the seven draft picks from 2019 are on the Browns roster. While recency of the draft classes plays a part in this, it is a great improvement compared to the previous draft classes.
Only one of the 14 draft picks from the 2016 draft class remain on the Browns roster, and only five of them are still in the NFL. Cleveland Browns draft choices have been getting significantly better, and this trend will likely benefit the team immensely.
With that being said, lets start looking at what type of contracts the Browns are in for with this next batch of rookies. All of the contract information in this article is provided by Spotrac.