The Las Vegas Raiders are maintaining another member of last year’s offensive line.
Las Vegas and left tackle Kolton Miller agreed to a three-year contract extension worth $54.015 million, with $42.6 million guaranteed.
ESPN first reported the news.
The contract extension will keep Miller in the Silver and Black uniform until the end of the 2025 season. The agreement comes with two years remaining on Miller’s rookie contract.
While the Raiders have not yet formally picked up the fifth-year option, in practice, the fifth-year option is set in stone.
Miller is expected to make $18 million per year. It makes him the fifth highest-paid left tackle in the league.
Coming off coming off of a solid season, Miller was ranked as the 10th-best pass-blocking tackle in the NFL by Pro Football Focus in 2020.
As a comparison, during his rookie season, Miller allowed 65 pressures. During his sophomore career, he cut that more than half, allowing a mere 31 pressures.
Miller joins the company of guard/tackle Denzelle Good and guard Richie Incognito, who re-signed with the Silver and Black earlier this month.
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