BEREA, Ohio (WKBN) – The Cleveland Browns have officially signed Guard Wyatt Teller to a four-year contract extension.

The team made the announcement on Tuesday afternoon.

The new deal will reportedly pay him $14.2 million per year. The $56 million contract makes him the second highest paid guard in the NFL.

“It’s been a long road,” Teller said. “I faced adversity. Drafted later than you think, and then I had an opportunity and tried to make the most of it. I got traded after that and was disappointed at first, but then you realize you’re wanted by another team and wanted by another city. I was given another opportunity and luckily I made the most of it.”

Teller will remain in Cleveland through the 2025 season.

“Wyatt is a tenacious, physical football player,” Browns coach Kevin Stefanski said. “He’s a tone-setter for our team and brings a physicality that helps establish the brand of football we want to play. Wyatt is also an extremely diligent and hard worker. We love having him on our team and are excited for him and his family to be rewarded with this hard-earned contract.”

The 26-year old was acquired by the Browns prior to the 2019 season in a trade with Buffalo, in exchange for both a fifth and seventh round draft pick.