Shocking Twist in the Jalen Hurts massive deal with the Philadelphia Eagles | NFL Draft 2023

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Jalen Hurts set a new record and created history

Jalen Hurts one of the talented and top players broke the NFL record on Monday.  Philadelphia Eagles have always shown trust in him and this Monday they showed it to the public. Jalen Hurts signed a huge contract with the Philadelphia Eagles for five years.

This is the season of the NFL Draft and every player is looking for their chance. Jalen Hurts has currently won the race and has become the record-breaker player by signing a $255 million contract. This made him the highest-paid player in NFL history.

The Eagles and Jalen Hurts agreed on a five-year, $255 million contract extension with $179 million guaranteed. 

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But despite the massive deal with the Philadelphia Eagles Jalen still has a decent salary cap outlook for the next few seasons as twitted by ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter. He twitted Philadelphia’s upcoming salary-cap numbers for Jalen Hurts which currently looks decent.

2023: $6.15 million 

2024: $13.56 million 

2025: $21.77 million 

2026: $31.77 million

Jalen will make $51 million annually in new money, but the team structured the contract to keep them competitive moving forward.

Jalen Hurts is just 24 years old and has become the highest-paid player in National Football League history. This is a great achievement for him.

By signing a $255 million contract with the Eagles, he outpaced Aaron Rodgers of the Green Bay Packers and Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks. 

Jalen was a part of the Eagles in 2020 but as a second-round draft pick. He became a full-time starter for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2021 and has since won 23 games. He led the Eagles, which had a 14-3 record last season, to this year’s Super Bowl. 

Many people and fans are very happy with Jalen’s contract with the Eagles and fans are reacting to this.

This contract became possible because of Hurts strong and great performance in past years but some credit also goes to his management team, which is an all-women management team.

Jalen Hearts is managed by the all-women management team of the sports agency Klutch Sports Group.  An all-women team, three of whom are Black, is a rarity in the NFL world and has received notable attention for setting a precedent for diversifying a historically male-dominated industry, sports management.

Fans reacted a lot to the news:

Howie [Roseman] is a machine man,” one fan wrote.

“These mfs really thought we was gonna be down bad lmaoooooo,” another said.

“Best Gm in the WORLD,” another wrote.

Hurts has completed 66.5% of his passes this past season for 3,701 yards, 22 touchdowns and six interceptions in a career year.

He also led the team to the Super Bowl and played well in the big game, completing 71% of his passes for 304 yards and one touchdown.

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