The Seahawks have reached agreement with punter Michael Dickson on a long-term extension.
Mike Garaolo of NFL Media reports it’s a four-year deal with $14.5 million in new money. Dickson will see $10.6 million in the first two years.
Dickson was entering the final year of his rookie deal scheduled to make $3.384 million in base salary.
Dickson, a fifth-round choice in 2018, earned Pro Bowl and All-Pro honors as a rookie when he averaged 48.2 yards on 78 punts with a 42.5 net.
In three seasons, Dickson has a 47.6 yards average on 213 punts with a 42.6 net. He has had one punt blocked and 94 downed inside the 20 with 16 touchbacks.