Miami Dolphins defensive back Eric Rowe has agreed to a three-year contract extension worth $18 million, multiple media outlets reported on Monday.
Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reported that Rowe’s extension will include $7 million in guaranteed money.
Rowe has spent the majority of his career at the cornerback position, however season-ending injuries to two-time Pro Bowl selection Reshad Jones and Bobby McCain have forced the Dolphins to shift him to safety.
The 27-year-old Rowe has recorded 59 tackles and seven pass deflections this season.
Rowe has collected 139 tackles, two interceptions and 23 pass deflections in 49 career contests with the Philadelphia Eagles (2015), New England Patriots (2016-18) and Dolphins.