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Breaking: Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals Reach a Huge Contract Extension
The 26-year-old now earns the highest salary of any NFL quarterback.

The NFL’s highest-paid player is Joe Burrow.

He signed a five-year, $275 million contract extension with the Bengals, ending months of speculation and keeping him in Cincinnati for the next seven seasons.

Adam Schefter of ESPN was the first to report on the agreement. There is a guaranteed sum of $219.01 million in the deal.

Burrow signs a long-term agreement this offseason, making him the fourth elite quarterback to do so.

Burrow’s contract resets the quarterback market and outperforms the rest of the NFL. Additionally, it ought to provide Cincinnati some leeway in their pursuit of long-term agreements with Tee Higgins, Ja’Marr Chase, and other important team members.

In the 2020 NFL Draft, the Bengals selected Burrow with the first overall pick. Since then, he has brought about a full organizational transformation and guided Cincinnati to consecutive trips to the AFC Championship Game.

According to Bengals President Mike Brown, “Joe Burrow is the heart of the football team,” on July 24.

Where Bengals supporters were when Burrow was drafted is a memory shared by most of them. They now understand how long the talented quarterback will stay in Cincinnati.

In Cleveland, the Bengals kick off the 2023 regular season on Sunday.

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In his first remarks to the media as the NFL’s highest-paid player, quarterback Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals stated that he wasn’t distracted by contract talks while he recovered from a training camp injury and prepared for Sunday’s opening against Cleveland.

Joe Burrow Reportedly Agrees To Record $275 Million, Five-Year Contract With Bengals

“I’ve always been pretty good at keeping the things that are important to me separate,” the 26-year-old stated during a press conference on Saturday.

 

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