The Cleveland Browns announced the signing of first-round pick OL Cameron Erving to a four-year contract on Friday.
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) May 15, 2015
Adam Caplan of ESPN is reporting that the Browns have agreed to terms with first-round pick OL Cameron Erving on a four-year contract.
The Browns now have both of their first-round selections locked up, but there are still a few members of their 2015 draft class that need to be addressed.
According to OverTheCap.com, Erving is projected to receive a four-year contract worth $5,266,312, which includes a signing bonus of $2,090,044.
Erving was an interesting selection for the Browns given that many expected them to come away with a receiver in round one. Cleveland has UCF WR Breshad Perriman available to them at the time they drafted Erving, but it appears as though they want to focus on winning the battle in the trenches.
Erving offers some versatility as he has played a number of positions along the offensive line during his time at Florida State.