Rams re-sign Robert Woods through 2025 season

By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Los Angeles Rams previously signed Cooper Kupp to a contract extension. On Friday, it was Robert Wood’s turn.

He has received a four-year extension with the Rams. He can make up to $65 million.

Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Robert Woods signs autographs for the fans after a game against the Arizona Cardinals
Robert Woods signs autographs for the fans after a game against the Arizona Cardinals (Getty Images)

Woods will receive $32 million in guaranteed money. Plus, there’s a chance that he could top $65 million, as the total maximum value is $68 million, according to ESPN.

“Just praying that it gets done on time and really just trying to go out there and execute what I do on the field and let my play do the talking for me,” Woods said on Thursday. “Which it has.”

Woods previously signed a five-year, $34 million deal with the Rams. Due to his performances, he earned $39 million in that package.

This new deal will kick in for the 2022 season. He is making $5 million in a base salary for this season, before he makes $9 million in a base next season.

This extension takes him through the 2025 season, as an age-33 receiver.

He has been one of the league’s best receivers over the last two seasons. In fact, his numbers have him among the Top 11-best receivers in the league.

The 28-year-old Gardena, California native had six receptions for 105 yards in the Rams season opener against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football.

Woods has had back-to-back 1,000-yard receiving seasons. In 2018, he had 1,219 receiving yards.

Then, last season, he had 1,134 yards. Those were the only two times in his career that he had more than 1,000 receiving yards or more in a season.

In his career, he has appeared in 101 games, including 91 starts. Woods has had 441 receptions for 5,690 yards and 25 touchdowns.

In addition, Woods has had 43 receptions for 320 yards and two touchdowns.

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