The Los Angeles Rams and quarterback Jared Goff agreed to terms on a four-year contract extension, the team announced on Tuesday via Twitter.
Goff is reportedly set to become the highest-paid quarterback in the National Football League - with $110 million in guaranteed money.
The Rams have gone 24-7 with Goff as the starter over his last two years.
Goff was the first overall pick by the Rams at the 2016 NFL Draft after three NCAA seasons with UCLA.
Goff completed 64.9 percent of his passes and threw for 32 touchdowns, along with 12 interceptions, in 2018. He also led the Rams to two playoff victories before the Super Bowl, where he struggled in a 19-for-38 performance for 229 yards in Los Angeles' 13-3 loss.
It's been a pretty good year for the Rams quarterback - on and off the field.
McVay has repeatedly hit back at suggestions that Goff is a system quarterback, with his success due to the inventiveness of McVay's schemes.
But McVay has made it widely known - inside and outside the team facility - his system is successful because of Goff's ability.
It sounds much like the deal his draft-mate, Carson Wentz, got with the Philadelphia Eagles. The Rams have given out contracts during the season before, and quite a few players could receive extensions at some point soon. The Rams previously had exercised their fifth-year option in that deal, which was to pay Goff almost $4.3 million for the 2019 season and just under $22.8 million for 2020.
The Rams will open the regular season against the Panthers in Carolina on Sunday.