As of the 2024 campaign, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker will become the highest paid player playing at his position in the NFL.
Monday, the athlete 32-year-old has signed a four-year contract extension that will begin when his current contract is signed, in two years. At that time, he will receive $6 million annually.
His new contract includes $17.5 million in guaranteed money and $11.5 million in signing bonuses.
Currently, Tucker shares the title of highest paid kicker in the NFL with Chris Boswell. The Pittsburgh Steelers representative recently signed a four-year deal worth a total of $20 million.
In 11 NFL campaigns. Tucker maintained a 91.1% success rate on his field goal attempts. Only three athletes have exceeded a career rate of over 90% on the Goodell circuit.