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The Minnesota Vikings and linebacker Eric Kendricks agreed on the terms of a contract extension of five years worth $ 50 million, on Monday.
The agreement includes a guaranteed amount of $ 25 million, according to the network NFL Network.
Selected in the second round in 2015, Kendricks has obtained the highest number of tackles in the Vikings the past three seasons.
In 2017, he managed 113 tackles, a bag of the quarter, an interception, in addition to scoring a touchdown. He also pulled down six passes.
Kendricks still has a year remaining on his contract, rookie, during which his base salary will be 1.14 million $.
The Vikings have won the title for the Northern section last season with a record of 13-3. In series, they bowed in the final of the National Association in front of the Philadelphia Eagles.