The New York Giants and superstar wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. reached an agreement on a reported five-year, $95 million contract extension Monday.
The Giants confirmed the length of the extension, which was described as “lucrative,” but did not note the actual figure.
Josina Anderson of ESPN first broke news of the agreement, noting that $65 million is guaranteed.
Beckham’s teammate, Roger Lewis, shared a video of him dancing in the locker room after the deal was done:
“Honestly, I don’t even know how to explain it,” Beckham said in the team’s release. “I don’t know if it’s a relief, I don’t know – it’s a combination of everything. You’ve worked all your life to get to this point and it’s finally here. I have to thank Mr. Mara, Steve Tisch, Mr. Gettleman, coach (Pat) Shurmur, Eli (Manning), all the guys I played with in the past years. Everybody was really a part of this—my mom, my dad, my family, everybody who was supporting me through this. It’s just such an amazing feeling, I can’t even explain. Most importantly, I have to thank God for being able to put me back together mentally, physically, spiritually. This is just truly amazing; I don’t even know the right words to describe.