The Jaguars and quarterback Blake Bortles have agreed to a multi-year extension.
The Jaguars and quarterback Blake Bortles have agreed to an extension through 2020, the team announced Saturday night.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the $54 million deal is worth up to $66.5 million in incentives, and $26.5 million is guaranteed.
ESPN's Josina Anderson first reported the two sides were working on a deal.
Bortles has been in Jacksonville since 2014, and he had a five-year rookie contract through 2018. The Jaguars had picked up his $19 team option.
Bortles finished the 2017 season with 3,687 yards, 21 touchdowns and 13 touchdowns. He's been in Jacksonville since 2014.