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Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes signs 10-year extension with the Chiefs worth ‘AT LEAST $450million’



The richest deal in SPORTS HISTORY: Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes ‘signs 10-year extension with the Chiefs worth between $450 million and HALF A BILLION DOLLARS’

Super Bowl MVP Patrick Mahomes has reportedly signed a 10-year extension with the Chiefs worth between $450 million and $503 millionThe contract is believed to be the largest in sports history, topping Angels star Mike Trout ($426.5 million) and boxer Canelo Alvarez ($365 million) Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Neither the team nor Mahomes’s agents immediately responded to the Daily Mail’s request for confirmation  Mahomes would reportedly get at least $140 million if he’s released due to injuryThe 24-year-old is entering the final year of his rookie deal with a fifth-year option – at $24.87 million – available for 2021. He’s now signed through 2031Mahomes has earned nearly $14 million over his first three NFL seasonsSo far he has a Super Bowl win, an NFL MVP award, and a Super Bowl MVP award 

Patrick Mahomes has signed the largest contract in sports history: a 10-year extension with the Chiefs that will pay between $450 million and $503 million while keeping the reigning Super Bowl MVP in Kansas City through the 2031 season.  

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the historic deal, which includes an injury guarantee of $140 million. 

Neither the team nor Mahomes’s agents immediately responded to the Daily Mail’s request for confirmation. 

The contract is believed to be the largest in sports history, topping those of Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout ($426.5 million) and boxer Canelo Alvarez ($365 million) 

Patrick Mahomes celebrates after defeating the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported the historic deal on Twitter, writing that it is expected to be ‘the richest contract in NFL history.’ His exact salary is unknown because it will reportedly be a specific percentage of the salary cap for each season. As the cap goes up, so will his yearly pay

The 24-year-old is entering the final year of his rookie deal with a fifth-year option – at $24.87 million – available for 2021. The Chiefs are adding 10 years to his contract for a total of 12 seasons remaining in Kansas City. 

Mahomes’s contact is not only the league’s most valuable, but also its longest, by far. Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott, who is signed through the 2026 season, now has the NFL’s second-longest contract.  

Mahomes was the NFL Most Valuable Player in 2018 and guided the Chiefs to the team’s first Super Bowl title in 50 years last season.

Mahomes hoists the Lombardi Trophy during the Super Bowl LIV rally in Kansas City

In his first 31 games, Mahomes has a 24-7 record with 76 touchdown passes and 17 300-yard games with the Chiefs.

The Chiefs return 20 of their 22 Super Bowl starters in 2020, and are expected to compete for a Super Bowl once again.

The son of former New York Mets relief pitcher Pat Mahomes, Patrick was a star player in high school and was actually drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 37th round of the 2016 MLB Draft. 

Mahomes decided to continue playing football at Texas Tech and actually tied an NCAA record with 734 passing yards in a single game. 

After being drafted 10th overall at the 2017 NFL Draft, Mahomes spent a year backing up Alex Smith before moving into the starter’s role in 2018. In his first full season as the Chiefs’ signal caller, Mahomes tossed a league-high 50 touchdowns while throwing only 12 interceptions as he went on to win MVP honors and lead Kansas City to the AFC title game. 

Mahomes is unmarried, but he and longtime girlfriend Brittany Matthews have reportedly been together since high school. The couple bought a $1.92 million home together in 2018, according to BizJournals.com.

Mahomes is unmarried, but he and longtime girlfriend Brittany Matthews have reportedly been together since high school. The couple bought a $1.92 million home together in 2018, according to BizJournals.com

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