Browns Long Snapper Inks 4-Year Deal, Greatest Value In NFL History

The Cleveland Browns retained their long snapper Charley Hughlett after he signed a four-year contract extension on Friday, which is reportedly valued as the largest deal for his position in league history, according to his agent Brett Tessler

The long snapper's signing bonus was a reported $865,000, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. 

Hughlett is the second-longest tenured Browns player on the roster after the eight-year NFL veteran signed with them off the Chiefs' practice squad in 2014. 

The 32-year-old spent time with four other NFL squads before joining Cleveland including; Cowboys, Patriots, Jaguars, and Chiefs. He has played in 120 consecutive games for the Ohio club, with 18 tackles and a forced fumble in his career. 

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