Just a few hours ago NFLBy the July 15 deadline, Carolina Panthers and Taylor Moton agreed to extend a multi-year contract to make him one of the league’s most paid right tackles.
Taylor Moton signs a favorable extension to stay in Carolina
According to the NFL Network, maintaining his contract until 2025 is a four-year extension of $ 72 million. The Panthers announced an extension on Thursday mid-afternoon.If the deal hadn’t been signed by 4 pm, Morton would have a 2021 season Franchise tagPay him a guaranteed $ 13.8 million. Following the season, Morton would have been qualified as a free agent next March. Instead, he is part of Panthers’ long-term plan.
26-year-old Morton entered the field in 2020 with all attack snaps (1,033). He has started all the games since the team put him in the lineup at the beginning of the second season.He 12th in PFN’s offensive tackle rankings entering the season..
Other franchise tag players looking for extensions
Morton was one of seven tagged players who woke up on July 15th without extension. The other six will work on Saints Safety Marcus Williams, Jaguars on Cam Robinson, Buccaneer’s wide receiver Chris Godwin, Bears wide receiver Allen Robinson, and the Washington Football Team on Brandon Scherff. Jet Safety Marcus May.
The other three players were tagged in March but later signed an extension. Cowboys quarterback, Dak Prescott, Giants Defensive Harness, Leonard Williams, Broncos Safety Justin Simmons.
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Carolina Panthers Taylor Moton reaches a significant $ 72 million extension over four years
https://www.profootballnetwork.com/taylor-moton-to-sign-massive-extension-with-the-carolina-panthers/ Carolina Panthers Taylor Moton reaches a significant $ 72 million extension over four years