The Washington Redskins have signed quarterback Robert Griffin III, the second-overall pick in the NFL Draft, to a four-year contract, according to The Washington Post.
The deal is worth a reported $21.1 million, with a $13.8 million signing bonus, and a team option for the fifth year.
According to Pro Football Talk, Griffin's deal may help move along contract talks between Indianapolis and quarterback Andrew Luck, the No. 1 overall pick in the draft. The site says that Luck, who is represented by his uncle (a newcomer to the agent business) has been waiting to see what kind of deal Griffin signs so that Luck doesn't shortchange himself.
If the Colts and Luck reach a deal soon, that means the Browns will know the salary landscape and hopefully the team can quickly work out a deal with running back Trent Richardson, the No. 3 pick. And once Richardson is signed, the Browns can turn their attention to getting quarterback Brandon Weeden under contract before training camp starts next week.
Time is running short, though, and hopefully the Browns don't waste much time getting this done.
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