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With a large extension, the Lions make Jared Goff the second-highest paid player in the NFL, according to reports.





Jared Goff is receiving a lot of support from the Detroit Lions at quarterback.

According to two people involved with the negotiations, the team and the quarterback reached a four-year, $212 million contract agreement, as reported by Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press and USA TODAY Network. Because they were not permitted to reveal the financial parameters of the agreement—which was still in the early stages of negotiation—the individuals talked under the condition of anonymity. In addition, $170 million is guaranteed by the agreement.

Goff now ranks second in the NFL in terms of average yearly value, paid less than quarterback Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals, who inked a $275 million, five-year contract extension last September.

Goff, 29, assisted in leading the Lions to their first division crown in thirty years and their first postseason triumph since 1992 in 2023. With a career-high 67.3% completion percentage, he completed 4,575 yards of passing for 30 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.

The agreement highlights Goff’s professional rebirth in Detroit. The signal-caller and head coach Sean McVay brought in a new era of football in Los Angeles as the first overall selection in the 2016 NFL draft. After helping the Rams win Super Bowl 53, he was awarded a four-year contract extension with a then-record $110 million guaranteed.

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To help elevate the squad in its title defense, however, the Rams traded Goff to the Detroit Lions in January 2021 as part of a package to acquire quarterback Matthew Stafford. Stafford led Los Angeles to victory in Super Bowl 56 the following season. With Goff starting at quarterback and Dan Campbell coaching, the Lions, on the other hand, struggled to a 3-13-1 record in their inaugural campaign.

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