The Cleveland Browns signed OL Spencer Drango on Friday, along with five other rookies. Taken in the 5th round at No. 168 overall, Drango's contract will be worth about $2.548 million, with a $207,000 signing bonus over four years, according to OverTheCap's pre-determined draft chart. His cap hit in 2016 will be roughly $502,000.
Drango was the team's 11th player selected in the draft, their second offensive lineman picked, and the second of four fifth-round picks. Drango is 6-6, 315-pounds and played college football at Baylor. He will wear No. 66 with the Browns. On the first day of rookie minicamp, Drango discussed whether he'll be seeing work at guard, tackle, or both:
"At Baylor, I was nothing but tackle. I called coach just to look at the playbook and kind of see what I should be looking at, and he said, ‘Look at guard.’ Today, we get out there about four plays in and they put me at right tackle. I think for the remainder of camp I’ll play tackle, but I am flexible to play anywhere to get out there. Anywhere I can help."