On Tuesday, falcons will renew a three-year Jersey wholesale contract with defensive interceptor Grady Jarrett, including a guarantee of $34.5 million and an annual salary of up to $17 million, according to the NFL Jersey network.
Jarrett’s current contract will last until the end of the 2025 season, with a total salary of $67 million (including 2022 salary).
Jarrett is also the second falcons player to win a long contract in the off-season after left interceptor Jake Matthews. At present, falcons is in the process of reorganizing the defensive front. They signed rashaan Evans to replace Foye oluokun who left the team, and Lorenzo Carter and Vincent Taylor.
Jarrett is the fifth round of falcons show in 2015 and became the starting member in the second year of his career. In 2019 and 2020 seasons, Jarrett was selected into the professional bowl list. He played 110 games for falcons in his career, starting 95 of them, completing 359 grabs, 26.5 grabs, 5 forced drops and 3 scored drops.