Browns Sign Safety Grant Delpit to a 3-Year Contract

Published 12/11/2023, 2:19 PM EST

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The Cleveland Browns have been having an inspiring season. And this 25-year-old Safety has been the rock they need in their squad, to continue onwards and upwards. The Browns have shown immense faith in this youngster.

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Selected by the Browns, Delpit was the 44th overall pick in the NFL 2020 Draft. His performance and confidence have been increasing ever since. And this year has been his best in the league. So, it should not come as a surprise that the Browns want more of him.

Grant Delpit is exactly what the Browns need

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Delpit has made several fans with his stint at the Browns. But most importantly, GM Andrew Berry has become a fan of his. Berry said, “Grant’s competitive, high-energy, on-field personality is the perfect embodiment of these characteristics (Physical Toughness, Effort, and Badassery).

Though the exact details of the finances involved are not available yet, it should be noted that the extension is for 3 years and Delpit must have been rewarded handsomely. That is deserved for the hard work that Delpit has done in his last 3 seasons with the Browns.

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Delpit is having a career-best season this year, registering 63 tackles and 17 assists in just 13 games. Delpit also performed an important sack in the dying minutes against the Jaguars last week, which led to the Browns being victorious 31-27. But the job is yet not done!

Playoff hopes still alive

The Browns are situated in one of the toughest divisions this year, the AFC North. All 4 teams within this division have a mathematical chance to make it to the playoffs. Though the Browns are currently ranked second in the division, upcoming fixtures are favorable to them.

Week 15 – The Chicago Bears (5-8) are at the bottom of the NFC North and should not pose a threat to the Browns.

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Week 16 – The Houston Texans (7-6) are third in the AFC South & could be their toughest test remaining.

Week 17 – The New York Jets (5-8) are third in the AFC East. If Aaron Rodgers does make a comeback, this could be a different Jets team.

Week 18 – The Cincinnati Bengals (7-6) are at the bottom of their division. Joe Burrow’s unavailability could make it a clean sweep in the series for the Browns.

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Do you think the Browns will make it to the playoffs? Let us know in the comments.

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Written by:

Utkarsh Tiwari

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