Eagles G Landon Dickerson gets record 4-year extension

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The Philadelphia Eagles signed Landon Dickerson to a four-year extension Monday that reportedly makes him the highest-paid guard in NFL history.

NFL Network and ESPN said the two-time Pro Bowl left guard’s deal is worth $84 million and includes $50 million guaranteed and a $20 million signing bonus.

Dickerson’s average annual salary of $21 million would exceed the $20.5 million earned by Atlanta Falcons guard Chris Lindstrom.

Terms were not officially disclosed by the Eagles, which rushed to lock up an important member of their offensive line following last week’s retirement of center Jason Kelce.

“Not Going ANYWHERE!” tweeted Dickerson, who was entering the final season of his rookie contract.

Dickerson, 25, made the Pro Bowl in 2022 and 2023 and has started 46 of his 47 games since Philadelphia drafted him in the second round in 2021.