The Cleveland Browns continue to be the laughing stock of the NFL. Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Willie Sneed took to Twitter to call out the Browns decision to give defensive end Myles Garrett a five-year, $125 million contract extension after the 24-year-old missed the remaining six games of the 2019 season due to a helmet throw at Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph. That action also resulted in the NFL levying a $45,623 fine on Garrett. Sneed was responding to an NFL Memes post, which referenced the fine.


This perspective is really eye-opening in terms of the amount of money Garrett will get with this new contract.

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This is a sentiment many have had around the league for years. In spite of the improvements to the roster, the Browns have not been able to put the pieces together to make the playoffs. Many around the league and in the media have attributed this to the Browns' incompetence in the front office and the inability to generate team chemistry.

In spite of the many pieces the team have picked up over the years — including Odell Beckham Jr — they haven't been able to get things together to make the playoffs. The team is still looking for their first playoff appearance since 2002.

Many around the league are thinking the same issue is causing Garrett to get this big contract, saying that it is stupid to reward a player with this much money right after coming off of a suspension for a decision like his. Some are also saying he is too much of a loose cannon to give that much money to, not knowing if he will get suspended again.

Only time will tell if those fears are accurate.