Amid explosive blasts at the vast reception site, another major domino falls. leaders and Terry McLaurin He agreed terms for a three-year extension Tuesday, ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter reports (dated Twitter).
Washington awards its top target a contract worth up to $71 million, Shifter notes, with a high signing bonus of $28 million (Twitter Link). In terms of average annual value, leaders went to $23.3 million for the fourth year, NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport Tweets.
Leaders guarantee 76.4% of the contract, per Schefter, giving Ohio State long-term security and a chance to cash in again in the not-too-distant future. While McLaurin will be protected from injury, the bonus for signing up is most of his full guarantee. This deal includes $34.6 million guaranteed upon signing Rapoport Tweets. That number ranks only 14th among respondents, but Washington will add to that total with an additional $12.5 million guarantee in March 2023.
Protracted negotiations that included McLaurin staying away from the team’s off-season activities for weeks – titled a small absence – were key. This conclusion will certainly have a significant impact on a rapidly transforming broad market. McLaurin, 26, became the seventh highest paid recipient in the NFL. But the previous third-round pick deal creates a clear gap between numbers 7 and 8 (DJ More, who signed a $20.6 million-a-year deal earlier this season). Looking at Maclaurin, Moore and Mike Williams (Also extended at $20 million this year) Not all of them have a Pro Bowl invite on their resume, as McLaurin’s signing of this deal is a win.
By agreeing to a three-year agreement, McLaurin will be signed until the 2025 season. He will turn 30 that year. If the leaders want to continue with McLaurin in late 2020, he can get the back end of his fame to factor in those potential negotiations. However, at the moment, one of the other recruits for 2019 has recorded a big profit. Debo SamuelAnd the DK Metcalfe And the Deontay Johnson Observers will be interested. Samuel Metcalfe Target Number AJ BrownEagles deal (four years, $100 million), but McLaurin’s revamp numbers will be of particular interest to Camp Johnson.
Conversations were absent during Maclaurin’s small camp Failed to seal a deal, notes ESPN.com’s Jeremy Fowler (dated TwitterThe two sides retreated a little. Tuesday marks the breakout. Ron Rivera He has expressed optimism about McLaurin’s 2022 deal on multiple occasions this off-season, and HC’s 3rd year captain added that the team He will not trade with the first air threat. Rivera and General Motors Martin Mayhew Stick with these rifles and have an intriguing long-range receiver duo. Both McLaurin and first round wide Jahan Dotson Until 2025. Dotson can be held until 2026 in a fifth year option.
Washington has not received much from Curtis Samuel Last season, with injuries hampering Buckeye DC’s previous debut. But the ex-Tiger is also tied to a huge contract – three years, 34.5 million dollars. McLaurin and Samuel’s contracts, along with Dotson’s investment for the team, represent a sublime commitment to the recipient’s position before Carson WentzWashington’s first season. Wentz’s range of weapons for Washington appears to be superior to the forces he played with in Indianapolis. Given the injury problems the Eagles dealt with at the receiver during the latter half of Wentz’s tenure at Philadelphia, the seemingly good Washington trio provides an interesting opportunity for the 29-year-old.
During McLaurin’s three seasons, Washington struggled to accumulate supplemental assistance for her No. 1 gun. But the 6-foot target continued to produce. McLaurin averaged more yards per game over Metcalfe over the course of his career (67.2) and rode consecutive 1,000-yard seasons. McLaurin does it with a group of quarterbacks – from his college mate Dwayne Haskins near the end Alex Smith to me Taylor Hynek Confidence should be given to leaders that production will continue with Wentz.
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