Dallas Goedert has agreed to a four-year contract extension with the Philadelphia Eagles worth $59 million with $35.7 million guaranteed, going until the 2025 season.

Goedert will become the third-highest-paid tight end in the NFL after signing this deal, behind San Francisco’s George Kittle (five years, $75 million) and Kansas City’s Travis Kelce (four years, $57.3 million).

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The Eagles traded Zach Ertz to the Arizona Cardinals last month, paving the way for Goedert to be the every down tight end.

After left tackle, Jordan Mailata signed a four-year, $64 million extension, and defensive end, Josh Sweat prolonged his stay in Philly with a three-year, $40 million contract, Dallas Goedert will be the third Eagles player from the 2018 draft class to sign an extension.

The Eagles have talent in their roster in players like Goedert, DeVonta Smith and Miles Sanders, but they also have a few expensive veterans like Fletcher Cox, Lane Johnson, Brandon Brooks, and Jason Kelce.

The Eagles need to figure out if Jalen Hurts is the long-term quarterback. They have three first-round picks in the 2022 NFL draft, but they also have a history of completely messing up in the draft.