The Browns reached an agreement Monday with Eagles vice president of football operations Andrew Berry to be their general manager and executive vice president of football operations, a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Berry signed a five-year deal.

The Browns are expected to hold a news conference next week to introduce him.

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Berry, 32, becomes the youngest general manager in the NFL.

He returns to the Browns after working for them from 2016 to ’18 as vice president of player personnel.

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