Left tackle Kolton Miller has signed a three-year extension with the Las Vegas Raiders worth more than $18 million per year, a source told ESPN's Jeremy Fowler, putting him among the top five highest-paid offensive tackles in terms of average annual value.
The extension is worth up to $68.7 million, his agency tweeted Tuesday. That includes the $2.316 million salary from the last year of Miller's rookie deal, a fifth-year option worth $10.88 million, and the three new years on the deal, which can be worth $18.505 million per year if he hits certain incentives, the source said.
The deal includes $42.6 million guaranteed at signing, according to a source, and keeps the 2018 first-round pick with the team through the 2025 season.
Kolton got some big money. Andre James got a decent contract as well. Go Bruins and Go Raiders.