Bradley Chubb signs contract extension with the Dolphins until 2027

The Miami Dolphins acquired Bradley Chub in a trade with the Denver Broncos and now they have announced that the linebacker has extended their employment relationship until the 2027 season of the NFL.

According to the report of The Athletic, the agreement between the Dolphins and the player is for five years and 112 million dollars. In total, Chubb will be tied to Miami for six years and $119 million due to his salary this season.

Chubb has played in 49 games since being drafted with the fifth overall pick in the 2018 Draft. Since then, the linebacker has recorded 170 tackles, 26 sacks, six forced fumbles, five passes defensed, one fumble recovery and one interception. Injuries have been a constant in the North Carolina State graduate’s career because between 2019 and 2021 he missed 24 games.

In 2022, the linebacker led the Broncos in sacks with 5.5 and Miami management expects sack numbers on opposing QBs to grow with his arrival since the Dolphins average 1.9 per game.

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Fourth best salary average

Based on Spotrac numbers, Chubb will earn an average of $22 million per season during his extension with the Dolphins, and that made him the fourth highest-paid outside linebacker.. In front of him are only TJ Watt, of the Pittsburgh Steelers, with 28.0722 million; Joey Bosa, of the Los Angeles Chargers, with 27 million; and Khalil Mack, also of the Chargers, with 23.5.

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