Bradley Chubb agrees to massive $119 million extension with Dolphins


Bradley Chubb seems to have majorly boosted the Super Bowl prowess of Miami Dolphins, after being acquired from Denver Broncos on deadline day. Dolphins not only got him, but also acquires San Francisco 49ers’ Jeff Wilson Jr.

Bradley Chubb
Bradley Chubb

It seems like the relationship between Bradley Chubb and his newest team has reached new heights as the Dolphins have followed his signing up with a five-year extension worth up to $119 Million, as per ESPN’s Adam Schefter. The spoken off extension guarantees $63.2 Million.

Moreover, according to Tom Pelissero of, the extension of Bradley Chubb is worth up to $111.25 Million with incentives being worth $250,000 – if he makes the Pro Bowl cut. More precisely, the former Denver Broncos’ star-pass rusher is also due $7.74 million in salary this season from his rookie contract, pushing the total package of the extension to right around $119 million.

How can Bradley Chubb help Miami Dolphins reach Super Bowl 57?

The only reason one can think why Miami Dolphins have made such big moves on the 2022 deadline day, is for them to strengthen their case for the Super Bowl.

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Bradley Chubb

Especially with the kind of form and season Bradley Chubb is having, he surely can improve the threat of a team which has Tua Tagovailoa and Tyreek Hill.

That being said, Bradley Chubb is having a strong start to the 2022 season, racking up 5.5 sacks in eight games with Russell Wilson’s Broncos after an injury-plagued 2021 campaign. His career high in sacks is 12.0 in his rookie season, when he played all 16 games and also notched a career-high mark in total tackles with 60. His lone Pro Bowl appearance so far came in 2020 when he had 7.5 sacks and 42 tackles.

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