One of the Dallas Cowboys' top offensive players is signed long-term until 2023.
The Cowboys have signed right lineman Terence Steele to a five-year,
$86.8-million contract extension with $50 million guaranteed and a $91.8 million
maximum provided all incentives are satisfied, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Jerry Jones and company are doing whatever it takes to keep Steele in Big D despite his December ACL injury.
Texas Tech's undrafted free agent joined the NFL. He's started 40 NFL games in three seasons with Dallas.
He'll be part of a strong Cowboys offensive line with Tyron Smith, Tyler Smith, Tyler Biadasz, and Zack Martin.
Next week, the Cowboys play the rival New York Giants on Sunday Night Football.