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Ravens reach 4-year extension with All-Pro K Justin Tucker

OWINGS MILLS, Md. --  The Baltimore Ravens agreed to a four-year contract extension with star kicker Justin Tucker. The team announced the move Monday. Tucker's previous deal was through 2023. A five-time All-Pro, Tucker has been a game changer for the Ravens in his 10 years with the team....
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Ravens reach 4-year extension with record-setting kicker Justin Tucker

BALTIMORE -- Justin Tucker has inked a four-year extension with the Baltimore Ravens, the team announced Monday. Tucker has made 90.6% of his field goal attempts in his career, the best mark in NFL history. The five-time All Pro still had two years left on the four-year $20 million extension he signed in 2019.
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Ravens reward Justin Tucker with a historic 4-year extension

The Baltimore Ravens have rewarded the greatest kicker of all time with a contract befitting such an honor. The team announced on Monday that they had signed Justin Tucker to a four-year extension that will reportedly make him the highest-paid kicker in NFL history. Pittsburgh Steelers kicker Chris Boswell had...
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Justin Tucker Signs Extension with Ravens

The Ravens have re-signed the most accurate kicker in the history of the NFL. Justin Tucker has reportedly signed a four-year extension that will make him the highest paid kicker in league history. The exact amount of money Tucker will receive is not known at time of writing. PFF’s Ari...
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Ravens predicted to win division, Bengals to miss playoffs in 2022

The Baltimore Ravens are eager to get their 2022 comeback season off to a roaring start and have their eyes set on the coveted AFC North title. After finishing last in the division in 2021, the Ravens will benefit from the returns of several starters like Ronnie Stanley, Marcus Peters, J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards, and a beefed-up Lamar Jackson.
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