Cooper Kupp is staying put for the foreseeable future.
The Rams wideout, who was the AP Offensive Player of the 12 months and Super Bowl MVP, agreed to a latest take care of the Rams. He’s tied to Los Angeles for the following five seasons, at a complete of $110 million, based on ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
This comes the identical week because the Rams gave superstar pass rusher Aaron Donald a $40 million raise and made him the highest-paid non-quarterback in NFL history.
Kupp, 28, had two years left on his previous contract with the Rams.
He signed a three-year extension to his rookie deal, price about $47 million, prior to the 2020 NFL season, that may have had him signed through 2023.
Cooper Kupp agreed to a latest take care of the Rams price over $100 million.Getty Images
At about $16 million a 12 months, Kupp was dramatically underpaid, no less than relative to the brand new market at his position. This offseason, Davante Adams signed a take care of the Raiders price $141 million over five years — $28 million annually — and Tyreek Hill got a four-year, $120 million take care of the Dolphins.
Still a bit below those two in average annual salary, Kupp gave the Rams just a little little bit of a reduction. It is obvious he’s joyful with Sean McVay, Matthew Stafford and company and doesn’t need to seek greener pastures.