Trent Williams agree to $138.06 million deal with San Francisco 49ers that makes him highest-paid OL in NFL history

Trent Williams agree to $138.06 million deal with San Francisco 49ers that makes him highest-paid OL in NFL history

Trent Williams and the San Francisco 49ers have arrived at a six-year, $138.06 million deal that will make him the highest-paid offensive lineman in NFL history, his organization declared Wednesday morning.

The deal has $55.1 million in ensured cash, Williams’ organization Elite Loyalty Sports tweeted. The agreement additionally includes a $30.1 million signing bonus, sources disclosed to ESPN’s Dianna Russini.

The Williams deal goes ahead the impact points of the 49ers re-signing fullback Kyle Juszczyk and cornerback Jason Verrett. With that triplet back in the overlay, the Niners are required to seek after free-agent center Alex Mack, a source told Russini.

Williams, whose deal surpasses the four-year, $92 million augmentation given to Green Bay Packers lineman David Bakhtiari in November, even labeled Mack in an Instagram post declaring his return. San Francisco is additionally anticipated that continue should attempt to keep its very own greater amount free agents, including nickel cornerback K’Waun Williams.

Williams, broadly thought to be the best accessible free agent this offseason, recently discussed deals this week with the Kansas City Chiefs and Chicago Bears, sources disclosed to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Be that as it may, Kansas City signed Joe Thuney and Chicago marked Germain Ifedi, making ready for Brown’s historic deal to get back to San Francisco.

The 49ers traded for Williams on the third day of the 2020 NFL draft, sending a fifth-round selection and a 2021 third-round choice to the Washington Football Team.

Upon Williams joining the Niners, the team consented to add a statement in his agreement that implied it couldn’t label him this offseason. Williams proceeded to balance out the left tackle position instead of the resigned Joe Staley, beginning 14 games and getting back to his past Pro Bowl structure all the while.

Williams, who turns 33 in July, completed last season with the fourth-best pass block win rate (93.6%) among hostile handles, as indicated by ESPN measurements/NFL Next Gen Stats, following just Andrew Whitworth (94.2%), Duane Brown (94%) and Billy Turner (93.7%).

The entirety of that came in Williams’ first season back subsequent to passing on all of 2019 as he occupied with a question with Washington over the treatment of his physical issue issues and his agreement.

Toward the finish of the period, Williams kept up that he would have liked to re-sign with San Francisco yet in addition acknowledged that he needed to perceive what a premier tackle could get on the open market since players at his situation of that type seldom make it that far into free organization.

“San Francisco would be the leading candidate,” Williams said in January. “So even if it does make it to free agency, it won’t be because I’m trying to go somewhere else. It may simply be because I want to see my value. It’s been 11 years in this league and I have yet to see a franchise left tackle go to the open market. I think it would be interesting to see what [my] value holds.”

Keeping Williams was the essential worry for the 49ers this offseason. Had they lost him, it would have implied a change a seismic shift in their arrangements with the expectation of complimentary office and the draft.

All things considered, the Niners have their bushwhack defender set up for six additional years.

Since entering the class as the No. 4 generally pick in the 2010 draft, Williams has begun 133 games, procuring eight Pro Bowl billets and a second-group All-Pro gesture in 2015. His eight Pro Bowl appearances are the most in the association for a hostile lineman since 2012.

Williams passed on the 2019 season due to an rare form of cancer and a disagreement about the treatment of his health and contract status in Washington.

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