Texas Cowboys, RT Terence Steele gives five-year, $86.8 million extension

NFL Network Insider Tom Pelissero reported on Sunday that right tackle Terence 

Steele has agreed to terms on a five-year, $86.8 million extension through his agency.

According to Pelissero, the transaction is worth up to $91.8 million and comes with a $50 million guarantee. Extending their contract was announced after the fact.

After cornerback Trevon Diggs and safety Malik Hooker signed extensions earlier this summer, Steele is the latest Cowboys player to sign a new deal.

The Cowboys have made it clear that they place a premium on the safety of Dak Prescott 

by prioritizing the payment of the guys who are responsible for his protection.

Steele joined the Cowboys as an undrafted free agency in 2020 and played a significant role in 16 games, including 14 starts, due to the ailments of the team's starters.

With only one sack allowed in 818 plays played across 13 games, per PFF, the 26-year-old was well on his way to posting his greatest season to date in 2022 

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