Last week, the Steelers agreed to a four-year extension to Chris Boswell, joining Baltimore’s Justin Tucker as the league’s highest-paid kicker. Now Tucker has the title all to himself once again.
The Ravens have agreed to a four-year, $24 million extension to Tucker, the team announced Monday, keeping him under the team’s control through the 2027 season. The deal includes a $17.5 million bond, and Tucker will be a raven throughout his 38-year-old season.
Tucker has spent his entire career with Baltimore after signing as an undrafted free agent in 2012. He has been named First Team All-Pro his five times, has earned Second Team honors twice, and has been to the Pro Bowl his five times.
Tucker is arguably about to have his best season. He made his 35 of his 37 on-field goal attempts in his 2021, leading the league with a 94.6% success rate. He also set a league all-time record for longest field goal with his 66-yard boot that beat the Lions in Week 3 to win the game.
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Tucker’s 91.1% field goal percentage makes him the most accurate kicker of all time, never missing a kick in the final minute of regulation.
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