The Cleveland Browns signed LB Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah on Friday. He is the sixth member of the team’s eight-person draft class to be signed. The two unsigned picks as of Friday are first-round CB Greg Newsome II and third-round WR Anthony Schwartz.
Taken in the 2nd round at No. 52 overall, JOK’s contract will be worth about $6.476 million, with a $2.070 million signing bonus over four years, according to OverTheCap’s pre-determined draft chart. His cap hit in 2021 will be roughly $1.177 million, which puts him behind Takkarist McKinley and Anthony Walker in terms of cap hits this season at linebacker.
JOK was the team’s second player selected in the draft and one of two linebackers picked. He is 6-1, 215 pounds and played college football at Notre Dame. JOK will wear No. 28 with the Browns.