Since coming into the league in 2017, Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett has been one of the best pass-rushers and sack artists in the NFL. He's also one of the highest-paid, having signed a five-year, $125 million contract with the Browns in 2020.

As of Wednesday, there's a new player who can call himself the richest defensive player in NFL history. Nick Bosa signed a five-year deal worth $170 million with the San Francisco 49ers earlier this week. Garrett was asked if he noticed the massive figure Bosa just signed for.

“Maybe my mother and my agent do. But me, not particularly. I don't worry about another man's money,” Garrett said, via Andrew Siciliano.

Garrett has usually been all business during his NFL career so this should come as no surprise. Though he's certainly done well for himself already, Garrett could find himself close to Bosa in terms of money if he continues to wreak havoc on opposing offensive lines.

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The Browns' defensive stalwart recorded 16 sacks in each of the last two seasons. He has more sacks than any player since 2020 and the second most in the league since 2018.

Bosa earned his record deal after winning NFL Defensive Player of the Year last season following an 18.5 sack campaign. Garrett finished fifth in the award's voting.

Rather than worry about another player's record deal, Myles Garrett is focused on getting ready for the Browns' 2023 opener against the Cincinnati Bengals. The task at hand? Limit Joe Burrow, the league's newest highest-paid player ever, as much as possible.