Steelers Make Official Decision On Veteran Kicker Chris Boswell

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The Pittsburgh Steelers awarded kicker veteran Chris Boswell like some valuable kickers.

Boswell and the AFC North franchise have approved a major new contract extension.

The deal was for four years and $20 million.

The agreement guarantees $12.5 million.

The Steelers have their experienced kickers for the next five seasons.

"The Steelers gave kicker Chris Boswell four freshman years, $20 million including $12.5 million in guarantees,

His agent, Jeff Nalli, confirmed Monday.

The four-year extension ties Boswell with Justin Tucker as the highest-paid kicker in NFL history.

said Adam Schaefer from ESPN.

This is the Steelers commitment to the 31-year-old kicker.

But when someone like Justin Tucker is in your division, you pay big bucks for a top kicker like Chris Boswell.

Boswell has spent his entire NFL career with the Steelers.

Last season, he converted 36 of his 40 field goals, an impressive 90 percent sign.

Boswell would kick off for the Steelers during the 2026 season.