The Los Angeles Rams have signed a key defender to a four-year extension. With both Aaron Donald and Trumaine Johnson looking for new contracts, GM Les Snead and Co. inked linebacker Alec Ogletree to a four-year extension Thursday night. "His teammates voted him as a captain in back-to-back season for a reason - and it's not only because of his production, but his character and resiliency".
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The deal is reportedly worth $42 million over the four years, which makes him the second-highest paid inside linebacker in the National Football League, according to ESPN. "We look forward to Alec helping our team emerge as a consistent victor for years to come". Through five games Ogletree has 35 combined tackles, two quarterback sacks and two passes defensed. He was the team leader in the category in 2013, 2014 and 2016. He's started every game since the start of last season. Ogletree was more than a quarter of the way through the fifth-year option on his rookie contract, and the Rams had spent a good chunk of this calendar year trying to figure something out with their former No. 30 overall pick.
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