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The extension is reportedly worth $42 million, including $22 million in the first 15 months and a $12 million signing bonus.

By SI Wire
December 14, 2015

Green Bay Packers defensive end Mike Daniels has signed a four-year contract extension, reports Adam Schefter of ESPN.

The extension is reportedly worth $42 million, including $22 million in the first 15 months and a $12 million signing bonus. With the extension, Daniels is now the third highest paid defensive end in the league.

Daniels, 28, was selected in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL draft by the Packers. In four seasons with Green Bay, he has made 117 combined tackles, 18 sacks and one fumble recovery.

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