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Eagles' Lane Johnson gets 1-year, $33.4M extension, source says

3/24/2023 2:46:49 PM
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The Eagles are giving All-Pro right tackle Lane Johnson a one-year, $33.445 million contract extension that includes $30 million guaranteed, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports via Tim McManus of  This according to a source.

Johnson is now under contract through 2026.

One of the top offensive tackles in the league, Johnson hasn't surrendered a sack the past two seasons -- a streak he kept alive this past postseason while playing through a torn adductor that required offseason surgery.

Before the deal, Johnson's cap number for 2023 was over $24 million, the highest on the team by a wide margin. The new deal reduces that number to $14.8 million, a source said, providing Philadelphia close to $10 million in cap relief.

Johnson, 32, was named to his fourth Pro Bowl in 2022. He is one of just three Eagles offensive tackles to be named to multiple All-Pro teams, along with Jason Peters and Bob Brown.

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