By Max Harper
Jalen Hurts’ deal has $179.304 million in guarantees, including $110 million fully guaranteed at signing and $126.5 million fully guaranteed by March 2024, as well as the first no-trade clause in Eagles history.
The Eagles QB can earn an additional $15 million in incentives, giving him an opportunity to make as much as $274.304 million through 2028, including $4.304 million that he would’ve been due in the last year of his original rookie contract this season.
Hurts gets a raise in 2023, including a $23.294 million signing bonus, and will make $64 million through the first new year in 2024. The Eagles now have him under contract for the next six years, on a deal that preserves their flexibility to keep the team intact around him.
The total guarantee of $179.304 million on Hurts’ new deal is the second-largest in NFL history behind only Deshaun Watson‘s five-year, $230 million fully guaranteed deal with the Browns last year. Only Watson and Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson had more money fully guaranteed at signing than Hurts’ $110 million. The total cash is second in NFL history behind only the 10-year, $450 million extension Patrick Mahomes signed with the Chiefs in 2020.