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Sports Baltimore Ravens, left tackle Ronnie Stanley agree to massive 5-year extension

17:36  30 october  2020
17:36  30 october  2020 Source:   usatoday.com

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The Baltimore Ravens are making it a priority to keep their young stars in town for years beyond 2020. 

The team announced a five-year contract extension with left tackle Ronnie Stanley on Friday. According to the NFL Network, the deal's terms include: 

– $112,866,000 in maximum value 

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– $70,866,000 in total guarantees 

– $22.5 million signing bonus 

– $16.25 million option bonus (signing and option bonuses to be received by March)

– $8.3 million 2020 base salary  

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Between Sept. 13 and March 31, 2021, Stanley will make more than $47 million, per NFL Network and ESPN. The contract keeps him with the Ravens through the 2025 season. 

Stanley's new contract makes him the second-highest paid left tackle in the NFL behind the Houston Texans' Laremy Tunsil, who makes $22 million per year (Stanley will make $19.75 million, but is guaranteed $20 million more than Tunsil).

Stanley, 26, was the No. 6 overall pick out of Notre Dame in 2016 and made his first Pro Bowl last season, on top of a first-team All-Pro selection. 

"Ronnie is the mainstay on our offensive line," Ravens general manager Eric DeCosta said in the team's announcement, which did not reveal terms. "He's a shutdown left tackle who excels on the field and in our community. This is just the beginning for Ronnie, and we could not be happier for him and his family."

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Earlier this month, the Ravens signed Marlon Humphrey – a 24-year-old who joined Stanley on the first-team All-Pro squad last season – to a five-year, $97.5 million extension. 

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This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: Baltimore Ravens, left tackle Ronnie Stanley agree to massive 5-year extension

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