Report: Here’s What The Chiefs Offered Orlando Brown

After failing to agree to a long-term deal, Orlando Brown, Kansas City Chiefs Pro Bowl player is now set to be the franchise tag for the 2022 season.

Brown might have been  offered a lucrative deal even though it wasn’t what they wanted. Mike Garafolo from the NFL claims that Brown was offered a deal by the Chiefs worth $91 million for the first five years, with a $40m sixth year to increase the contract’s value.

Garafolo stated that Brown and his team wanted more security. He’ll now play the 2022 season with a $16.7million franchise tag. He has until Week 1 for signing.

The report was very interesting to NFL fans, who largely couldn’t understand why Brown didn’t sign a new contract. It places him in the bottom five on a per-year basis for offensive tackles.

The Baltimore Ravens selected Orlando Brown in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

He started 10 games as a rookie and quickly rose to the top as a right tackle, winning the NFL MVP award in 2019.

Brown was a back-to-back Pro Bowler with the Ravens but was traded to Kansas City Chiefs in 2021. The Chiefs made a good move as Brown was named to his third consecutive Pro Bowl.

Orlando Brown will sign a contract extension next season with the Chiefs.

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