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  • CBS Sports HQ published this video item, entitled “Deshaun Watson lands 4 year extension with Texans making him 2nd highest paid QB | CBS Sports HQ” – below is their description.

    The Houston Texans have reached a long-term contract with franchise quarterback Deshaun Watson, per John McClain of the Houston Chronicle. Watson agreed to a four-year extension worth an average annual base salary of $39 million a year, making him the second-highest paid quarterback in football, behind only Patrick Mahomes. Watson will receive a $27 million signing bonus and the total value of the four-year deal will be approximately $160 million, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Including his 2021 salary under the fifth-year option, Watson is set to make $177.54 million with nearly $111 million in guarantees over the next five years. The Texans made sure their future is secure with Watson leading the franchise, as Houston has won back-to-back AFC South titles in both his full seasons as the starting quarterback. While Mahomes’ deal dwarfs the one Watson landed in terms of total dollars, the Watson extension is considered a win by former agent and CBS Sports contributor Joel Corry. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL: FOLLOW US ON: Facebook – Instagram – Twitter – #NFL #DeshaunWatson #Texans #TexansQB #Houston #HoustonTexans

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