LinebackerWhen he is with the, he will be expected to bring in more than $19million per year. Sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter that they had reached an agreement extension.
Following the« All-Pro linebacker Leonard is the next likely candidate to sign an important contract. Schefter has been told by sources that Leonard, the Colts’ two-time Pro Bowler, will be signing a four year deal.
Leonard is expected to earn $3.4 million for the last season of his rookie 2021 contract.Congratulations my guy!!!“
Leonard turns 26 this Tuesday. In 2020, he was the second All-Pro to be a first team All-Pro. Leonard had three sacks (three forced fumbles) and two fumble recoverys while helping the Colts get back into the playoffs following a one year absence. When he led all NFL defensive rookies in tackles, he won the Defensive Rookie Of The Year award.