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The Cleveland Browns agreed to terms with first-round pick Justin Gilbert on Wednesday, three days before the team opens training camp on July 26. 

By SI Wire
July 23, 2014

The Cleveland Browns agreed to terms with first-round pick Justin Gilbert three days before the team opens training camp on July 26. ESPN's Chris Mortensen was the first to report the agreement. 

The four-year deal is a fully-guaranteed $12,833,502 and includes a $7,653,465 signing bonus. 

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Cleveland took the six-foot, 202-pound cornerback out of Oklahoma State with the No. 8 pick in May's draft. He is expected to compete for the starting job opposite second-team All-Pro Joe Haden. Haden signed a new contract of his own in May, which will run through the 2019 season. 

Gilbert was one of two remaining first-rounders -- along with Tennessee Titans offensive tackle Taylor Lewan -- who had yet to sign. 

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