Panthers extend wide receiver D.J. Moore to 3-year deal

On Friday, US time, according to NFL Network reporters, the Panthers and wide receiver D.J. Moore (D.J. Moore) renewed their contract for three years, adding a total contract salary of $61.884 million, including $41.61 million in guaranteed money.

Moore now has four years remaining on his contract and a total salary of $73 million. The $18.25 million annual salary ranks eighth among NFL wide receivers. Moore had 93 catches last season for 1,157 yards and four touchdowns.

A first-round pick in 2018, Moore’s contract next season will be the fifth-year option on his rookie contract. He and Bill wide receiver Stefon Diggs are the only players to catch at least 1,100 yards each of the past three seasons.

Moore has 301 catches for 4,313 yards and 14 touchdowns in his career. He ranks fourth in Panthers history in receiving yards, behind Steve Smith, Muhsin Muhammad and tight end Greg Olson. Olsen).

In addition, the Panthers signed Rams punter Johnny Hekker to a three-year deal. Haeckel is one of the league’s best punters, holding the record for the longest punt in Super Bowl history (65 yards).