May 24, 2024

According to a source, the Philadelphia Eagles and wide receiver DeVonta Smith have agreed to a contract extension.

Smith was a solid starter during his rookie season and is gradually developing into a top receiver. Smith’s statistics from his first three seasons in the NFL:

He also has 27 receptions for 405 yards and one touchdown in five Eagles postseason games.

Smith is the Eagles’ third core player to receive a contract extension this offseason, following Landon Dickerson and Jordan Mailata.

The team exercised the fifth-year option ($15,591,000) and added three more years for $25 million every year thereafter. He will be under contract until 2028.


Eagles, WR DeVonta Smith agree to 3-year contract extension


Eagles players under contract for at least the next three seasons:

• Through 2028: QB Jalen Hurts, LT Jordan Mailata, LG Landon Dickerson, WR DeVonta Smith, and K Jake Elliott.

• Until 2027: None.

• Through 2026: RT Lane Johnson, WR A.J. Brown, EDGE Bryce Huff, RB Saquon Barkley, and S Chauncey Gardner-Johnson.

DT Jalen Carter, EDGE Nolan Smith, and the rest of the Eagles’ 2023 rookie class — OL Tyler Steen, S Sydney Brown, CB Kelee Ringo, QB Tanner McKee, and DT Moro Ojomo — are also under contract through 2026, with Carter and Smith each having fifth-year options attached to their rookie contracts as first-round picks.

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