The New York Jets quarterback signed a six-year, $113 million contract extension Friday that puts him among the top-paid quarterbacks in the NFL.
The deal includes $10 million in guarantees.
Jackson, who turns 34 in August, was drafted by the Jets with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2002 NFL draft.
Jackson’s deal includes an $8 million signing bonus, a $10.5 million roster bonus, $3.5 percent of salary cap hit and $4.5% of incentives.
The team also paid Jackson $15 million per season for three years, $18 million for four years and $25 million for five years.
The agreement is worth $63 million over the first four years of the deal.
Jackson made $17 million in salary for the first five seasons of the contract, $19 million for the next five seasons and $23 million for six seasons.
Jackson has been one of the most productive quarterbacks in NFL history since entering the league in 2008.
He has made more than 3,300 of his 6,521 career passes, completing more than 60 percent of his passes and throwing for more than 1,000 yards in seven straight seasons.