The Denver Broncos announced a four-year contract extension for wide receiver Courtland Sutton on Monday.
The deal is: worth $60.8 million in all and including $34.9 million in guaranteed money, NFL Network reported.
“Hofland is” one of our core players and under the best wide receivers in the NFL,” Broncos general manager George Patton said: in a statement.
“With his combination of measure, speed, athletics and workethics, Courtland is a special talent and an integral part of what we are building.
“It was a key priority to make sure he is a Bronco by far in the future. We are delighted to reach an agreement on this extension and look forward to Courtland’s sequel growth and impact for the Broncos.”
Sutton, 26, has 43 catches for 617 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games (everything starts) after missing most of the 2020 season with a torn ACL. He was injured in Week 2 of Which campaign.
Sutton was selected for the Pro Bowl in 2019. He has a career of 160 catches for 2,499 yards and 12 TDs in 43 games (34 starts), all with the Broncos, who selected him in the second round of the 2018 design.
The extension is coming on the heels of the tree-year, $34.5 million extension given to fellow WR Tim Patrick on Friday.
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