Ravens, Justin Tucker Agree To Extension

The Ravens are giving kicker Justin Tucker a four-year, $23.05MM extension, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com (on Twitter). The deal will also include an $8MM signing bonus and $12.5MM fully guaranteed in the first two seasons. The mammoth deal sets new records in each of those categories for kickers. 

With the new deal, Tucker goes from uncertainty beyond 2019 to a deal that will keep him tied to Baltimore through the 2023 season. As he looks ahead to his 30th birthday in November, the new contract could secure him for the rest of his playing days. Then again, he’s showing no signs of slowing down, so he could go the Adam Vinatieri route and play well beyond this deal.

Last year, Tucker nailed 89.7% of his field goal tries, including 5 of 7 attempts from 50+ yards. For his career, Tucker owns a 90.1% field goal percentage with a 99.6% success rate on extra points.

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  1. omahaomaha

    Good get! Robbie Gould is very happy to hear px for K has risen but don’t confuse this statement that Gould is better than tuck

    • yoyo137

      Good comment, gotta put disclaimers on everything nowadays so people don’t assume things lol

  2. jorge78

    Still remember his first FG for the Longhorns. High leverage situation. Splits the uprights!

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