Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers has received a four-year extension, the team announced Wednesday.
The deal, which keeps Myers in Seattle through the 2026 season, is for $21.1 million and could be worth up to $22.6 million with incentives, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Myers, whose contract was set to expire in March, becomes the second-highest-paid kicker in the NFL behind Baltimore’s Justin Tucker.
Myers earned his second Pro Bowl selection this season after leading the league in scoring. He converted 34 of 37 field goal attempts, including all six of his attempts from 50 or more yards.