The Falcons and starting OT Tyson Clabo agreed to a five-year, $25 million deal that contains $11.5 guaranteed and could max out at $27 million, according to a league source.
The Falcons confirmed the agreement on their official Twitter page but didn’t disclose terms.
Clabo has gone from undrafted rookie free agent to longtime starter in Atlanta. He’s coming off a strong season in which he received his first Pro Bowl selection.
The Falcons also signed all of their draft picks, including first-round choice Julio Jones, according to a team source.