The Cincinnati Bengals are finalizing a four-year, $64 million deal with four-time Pro Bowl tackle Orlando Brown Jr., multiple media outlets reported Wednesday night.
The deal includes a $31 million bonus, according to NFL Network, making it the largest contract ever for an offensive lineman. Michael Portner, Brown's agent, confirmed the agreement to NFL Network.
Brown, 26, spent the last two seasons with the Chiefs. The Peachtree Ridge grad started all 17 games in 2022, helping Kansas City win its second Super Bowl in the past four years.
Prior to his time with the Chiefs, Brown spent the first three seasons of his career with the Baltimore Ravens, who drafted him in the third round of the 2018 draft out of Oklahoma.
Brown has played in 81 career NFL games, making 75 starts.
--Field Level Media