The Chiefs offered a lucrative contract to the 26-year-old OT, but he wanted to sign a better one.

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Orlando Brown Jr. is excited about his future after turning down a contract that would have made him one of the highest-paid

offensive linemen in the NFL. Trent Williams, the San Francisco 49ers has the honor. He has a $138 million five-year deal.

Mike Garafolo said that Jammal Brown is Orlando's mentor. He stated that they were not comfortable

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with the deal's lack of security. The Chiefs, a 10-1 Super Bowl favorite, will have to wait until next year to try again.

ESPN's Adam Schefter confirmed the deal as a five-year, $139 million contract with a $30.25 million sign bonus.

Brown is expected to make $16.6 million this season. The Super Bowl favorite Chiefs will kick off their 

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new season on September 11th against the Arizona Cardinals. Brown will be a key piece of this puzzle.

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