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    Adam Schefter
    @AdamSchefter

    Chiefs and QB Patrick Mahomes have reached agreement on a 10-year -- 10-year! -- contract extension that ties him to Kansas City through the 2031 season, league sources tell ESPN.

    2:54 PM · Jul 6, 2020·Twitter Web App

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    Adam Schefter
    @AdamSchefter

    There are no official numbers on Patrick Mahomes' 10-year extension just yet, but multiple sources believe it ultimately will be tied to a percentage of the salary cap for each season. The higher the cap goes, the more Mahomes will make.

    3:49 PM · Jul 6, 2020·Twitter Web App

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      Adam Schefter
      @AdamSchefter

      The interesting part is, the Chiefs have been adamant that they would not tie a new Patrick Mahomes' deal to percentage of the cap. So this is going to be interesting to see the deal's final structure.

      3:55 PM · Jul 6, 2020·Twitter Web App

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        Ian Rapoport
        @RapSheet

        The #Chiefs and QB Patrick Mahomes have agreed to terms on a 10-year extension worth $503 million, sources tell me and @TomPelissero. He gets $477M in guarantee mechanisms and gives the ability for Mahomes to have outs if the guarantee mechanisms aren’t exercised. No trade clause

        6:06 PM · Jul 6, 2020·TweetDeck

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