NFL Offseason: Landon Dickerson Agrees To Four-Year Extension

NFL Offseason: Landon Dickerson Agrees To Four-Year Extension Eric Hartline, USA TODAY Sports

Howie Roseman is hard at work before the start of free agency.

Just before the start of the legal tampering period, the Eagles locked up one of their young, top OL.

Landon Dickerson reportedly had a record-breaking four-year extension.

Following the loss of Jason Kelce, it was important for the Eagles to make sure they’ve got some continuity on the offensive line and Dickerson will do just that.

Dickerson, when healthy, has been one of the top guards in the league and now the Eagles have re-set the market for guards with a $21 million per year deal.

Dickerson is guaranteed $50 million and the four years keep him under contract through 2028.

It wouldn’t be a shock to see the team complete some other extensions in the coming days, as well.

DeVonta Smith is the most obvious candidate, but players like Jordan Mailata, Milton Williams or even one of Josh Sweat/Haason Reddick could also be looking at new deals that the Eagles hope to get on the books before the markets reset several times before next offseason.




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