By Max Harper

The Eagles have signed Dallas Goedert to a four-year, $59 million contract extension, with a $35 million guaranteed.

The extension, per NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo, would make Goedert, 26, one of the three highest paid tight ends in the league.

Goedert has taken on a full-time role in the run-heavy Philly offense since the team dealt Zach Ertz to Arizona in October.

From Week 7-9 — before a concussion cut short his Week 10 playing time — Goedert’s pass routes spiked and he led the Eagles with a 29 percent target share.

With this contract extension, the Eagles are committing to Goedert as a central part of their passing attack through the 2025 season.

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