Sport Myles Garrett listened to Seal as he signed Browns contract

20:20  19 may  2017
20:20  19 may  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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When you finally put pen to paper to officially make yourself a millionaire many times over, you can listen to whatever you darn well please.

So it was that Myles Garrett signed his rookie deal with the Browns Friday as the soothing sounds of Seal's "Kiss From a Rose" played in the background.

There is no dialogue in the brief video snippet posted by the team — the better to appreciate Seal's artistry — so it's left to the viewer to determine the reasoning behind the former Texas A&M star's music choices.

Either way, Garrett can now afford all the Seal money can buy. According to NFL Media, his four-year, fully guaranteed contract with Cleveland as the No. 1 overall pick is worth $30.4 million, with $20.25 million of it up front as a signing bonus.

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