The Los Angeles Chargers announced Tuesday that they have agreed to a multi-year deal with wide receiver Mike Williams.
According to reports, the contract period is 3 years, the total amount of 60 million US dollars, including 40 million US dollars in security, the first year will pay 28 million US dollars.
Mike Williams’ contract last season was the fifth-year option of his rookie contract, with a base salary of $15.68 million. He completed 76 receptions (a career-best) last season for 1,146 yards and nine touchdowns, making him one of quarterback Justin Herbert’s most trusted crunch receivers.
In Week 11’s 41-37 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, Mike Williams had a 53-yard touchdown catch with 2:03 left. In Week 18 against the Las Vegas Raiders, Mike Williams also finished with a 12-yard touchdown on the final touchdown of regulation time to tie the game and send the game into overtime.
Mike Williams has only missed four games since entering the league in 2017. During his five-year career, Mike Williams had 227 catches for 3,662 yards and 27 touchdowns.