Texans & Tunsil reach contract extension agreement

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Written by: B. Keith Crear III

The Houston Texans and Laremy Tunsil agreed to a three-year contract extension worth up to $75 million on Sunday, making Tunsil the highest-paid offensive tackle in league history.

The deal includes $60 million in total guarantees, with $50 million guaranteed at signing.

Tunsil, who was acquired by the Texans in a trade with the Miami Dolphins in 2019, has been one of the most dominant offensive tackles in the NFL since then. He has made the Pro Bowl in each of the past three seasons.

The 27-year-old Tunsil is a key piece of the Texans' offensive line, which has been one of the best in the league in recent years. He is expected to continue to be a key contributor for the Texans for many years to come.

Tunsil's extension is a major coup for the Texans, who are looking to build a contender around quarterback Davis Mills. Tunsil is one of the best young offensive tackles in the league, and his extension will help the Texans keep him in Houston for the long term.

The extension is also a major victory for Tunsil, who has been one of the most underpaid players in the NFL in recent years. He is now set to earn $25 million per year, which is the most of any offensive tackle in the league.

Tunsil's extension is a sign of the Texans' commitment to building a winner. They are willing to spend big money to keep their best players, and Tunsil is one of their most important players.

The extension is also a sign of Tunsil's commitment to the Texans. He has been happy in Houston since he was traded there, and he is excited to continue to build a contender with the team.

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