The deal places Humphrey among the league's highest-paid defensive backs and locks both him and Marcus Peters in the Baltimore secondary through the 2022 season. Per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network, it also features $66 million in total guaranteed money. Humphrey is coming off a career-best tackle and interception totals, and he has recorded double-digit passes defended each season in the league. His fantasy value is a far cry from his real-life value, as opposing quarterbacks often fear targeting the shutdown corner, but with Peters on the other side of the field, rival offenses will have limited options.
Ravens' Marlon Humphrey: Inks massive extension
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