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Apr 17, 2023
The Philadelphia Eagles and Jalen Hurts reportedly agreed to a historic contract extension on Monday after he led the team to their fourth Super Bowl appearance in 2022.
Hurts and the team agreed to a five-year, $255 million deal that includes more than $179.3 million in guarantees and a no-trade clause, according to multiple reports. He will earn about $51 million per year, which puts him over Aaron Rodgers' contract number.
It’s the first time the Eagles have ever agreed to a no-trade clause, the NFL Network reported.
He will be entering his fourth year in the NFL after he had the best season of his professional year.
Source: Fox News
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