Lions and Jared Goff agree to massive four-year contract extension


The Detroit Lions and their brand new franchise quarterback Jared Goff have come to an agreement on a massive four-year contract extension that goes through the 2027 season with an option for 2028.

Since coming to Detroit in the 2021 blockbuster trade involving Matthew Stafford going to the Los Angeles Rams, the 29-year-old Goff has thrown for just over 13,000 yards in his three seasons with the Lions totaling 82 touchdowns to just 27 interceptions.

The former #1 overall pick in 2016 also made a Pro Bowl as a member of the Lions during the 2022 season.

Between Goff, Amon-Ra St. Brown, and Penei Sewell, this is what the Lions have spent on three of their core pieces this offseason: