On Tuesday, the Washington Commanders signed guard Chris Paul to a four-year deal. Per ESPN’s Field Yates, Washington signed the former Tulsa offensive lineman to his rookie deal after selecting Paul 230th overall in April’s draft.
The four-year contract is reportedly worth $3.76 million.
Standing at 6-foot-4, 323-pounds, Paul turned heads with a sub-4.9 40-yard dash at the Combine.
While offensive line was not one of the biggest needs for the Commanders during the draft this year, the team is able to add some depth and competition for the first team by selecting him.
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