Patrick Mahomes contract: Chiefs reportedly sign QB to 10-year extension, the ‘richest’ in NFL history

There’s no quarterback like Patrick Mahomes, now there’s no contract like his, either.

The Kansas City quarterback, fresh off a miraculous Super Bowl run and a year removed from winning league MVP, has agreed to a 10-year contract extension with Kansas City. The deal was first reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Specific terms of the deal have not been disclosed, but it is the “richest contract in NFL history,” according to Schefter, and is expected to be tied to the salary cap. Reports are saying that the deal could be north of the $400 million mark. 

When the length of the deal is finalized and official, then Mahomes will be in a Chiefs uniform for the next 12 years.

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In two years as Kansas City signal-caller, the Texas Tech product has thrown 76 touchdowns including a rookie record 50 in his first full season as starter in 2018. While Mahomes missed time in 2019 with an injured knee, he threw 26 touchdowns to just five interceptions and a 11-3 record in games he started.

This story will be updated.