Report: Rams and Matthew Stafford to seek contract extension after Super Bowl LVI

Report: Rams and Matthew Stafford to seek contract extension after Super Bowl LVI

Matthew Stafford has been successful in its first season with the Los Angeles Rams after being acquired in a trade a year ago and it could all get better if they beat the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI.

Lhe Rams are aware of Stafford’s value on the team’s offense and are willing to keep him for many more years. Spotrac data indicates the quarterback’s contract will end next season and he will earn $23 million.

According to Ian Rapoport’s report of NFL Network, Stafford’s agent and the Rams are working on a contract extension.

In his first year with the Rams, Stafford led them to the NFC West crown with a 12-5 record and rewrote the franchise record books most completed passes with 404, most yards per pass with 4,886 and touchdown passes with 41.

Other free agents

The team was reinforced in the middle of the season with the wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and the linebacker By Miller. However, both will become free agents after Super Bowl LVI.

This week, OBJ said it would be willing to accept a lower salary in order to stay in Los Angeles with the possibility of being champion year after year. Reports indicated that the contract the wide receiver signed in mid-November was worth up to $4.5 million.

For its part, Miller said he was ready to test free agency for the first time in his career. at the end of the six-year, $114 million contract he signed with the Broncos in July 2016.

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