Cooper Kupp reportedly about to break the bank

Wide receiver Cooper Kupp has signed a three-year extension, which ties him to the Los Angeles Rams until the conclusion of the 2026 season.

Cooper Kupp reportedly about to break the bank

Wide receiver Cooper Kupp has signed a three-year extension, which ties him to the Los Angeles Rams until the conclusion of the 2026 season.

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According to what the NFL Network learned on Wednesday, the 28-year-old athlete will make just over $22 million annually starting in the 2024 campaign. By then, he will earn about $15 million per season.

Last year, Kupp led the NFL in catches (145), yards amassed (1,947) and touchdowns (16). He was also excellent in the playoffs, which notably allowed his club to win the Super Bowl.

In April, when several NFL receivers broke the bank, Kupp said he didn't necessarily want to be the highest-earning player at his position.

“I don't think I will choose this approach. There is a certain amount you want to get and it has to be fair,” he said.

“I don't want to be the highest paid. I don't compare myself to anyone."

Remember that Davante Adams (Las Vegas Raiders) and Tyreek Hill (Miami Dolphins) have signed new agreements that will earn them respectively $28 and $30 million annually. Stefon Diggs (Buffalo Bills) also obtained a contract extension which will allow him to get his hands on $24 million per season.

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