Dallas Goedert will remain the Philadelphia Eagles’ top tight end for a very long time. Goedert’s four-year contract extension with Philadelphia was announced on Friday, months before the 2018 second-round draft pick was scheduled to become available for free agency.
Goedert’s contract, according to NFL Network, was for $57 million, of which $35 million was guaranteed. With the agreement, Goedert will remain in Philadelphia until the 2025 season and will earn an average salary of $14.25 million, making him the third-best-paid tight end in football. The $35 million guarantee is also the third-largest sum of money ever granted to a tight end.
Goedert, a crucial component of the Eagles attack, rose to the top tight end position in Philadelphia after the Eagles traded impending free agent Zach Ertz after their Week 6 game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Since then, Goedert has developed into one of the greatest tight ends in the league, ranking tied for sixth among NFL tight ends in terms of receptions (14), yards (213), and yards per catch (14.25).
Since the offseason, Goedert had wanted to extend his deal with the Eagles, but negotiations came to a halt in September. The Eagles made sure they stayed dedicated to making Goedert a crucial part of their future, despite the tight end’s disappointment that an extension wouldn’t be completed by the start of the season.
Dallas Goedert Contract
Dallas Goedert signed a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles on a four-year, $57,000,000 contract that included a $10,218,000 signing bonus and a guaranteed salary of $35,171,888.
Dallas Goedert Salary
Dallas Goedert earns an average of $14,250,000 every year. Goedert will get a base salary of $1,035,000 and a signing bonus of $3,215,660 in 2022. His cap hit will be $3,721,732 and his dead cap value will be $26,425,060.
Dallas Goedert Net Worth
Dallas Goedert is one of the top-paid tight ends in the NFL. His net worth is estimated to be around $19 million dollars