TheCornerback for Pro-Bowl Alexander's agent John Thornton from Roc Nation Sports informed ESPN's Adam Schefter that they are extending their four-year contract for $84 million.
Alexander's deal includes $31,000,000 in 2022, $30 million of which are DB-record signing bonuses. Alexander will receive $42.5million by March 2023.
Alexander's new contract averages $21million per year, which is a record for defensive backs. Alexander is now tied to Green Bay until the 2026 season.
Alexander fractured a bone in his shoulder last season and only played eight games in the playoffs. The Packers recognized him as a young core player despite that.