The Cleveland Browns signed CB Donnie Lewis Jr. on Thursday. He is among the first three players of the team’s seven-person draft class to be signed.
Taken in the 7th round at No. 221 overall, Lewis’ contract will be worth about $2.622 million, with a $101,924 signing bonus over four years, according to OverTheCap’s pre-determined draft chart. His cap hit in 2019 will be roughly $520,481, which puts him behind the likes of T.J. Carrie, Denzel Ward, Terrance Mitchell, and Phillip Gaines.
Lewis was the team’s final player selected in the draft and their second of two cornerbacks picked. He is 6-5, 195-pounds and played college football at Tulane. Lewis will wear No. 37 with the Browns.