The Green Bay Packers have signed left tackle David Bakhtiari to a four-year contract extension, worth a reported $51.67 million.
The deal averages $12 million a year, which puts Bakhtiari among the top five highest-paid offensive lineman in the NFL.
Bakhtiari will receive roughly $17 million in guaranteed money at the time of signing and then earn an additional $10.7 million in March roster bonuses and workout pay.
The extension for Bakhtiari comes almost two weeks after they released Josh Sitton.
The Packers have two other offensive lineman set to become free agents at the end of the season, T.J. Lang and J.C. Tretter.