The Facts: The Rams and Woods have agreed to terms on a four-year, $65 million extension. The extension is worth a maximum amount of $68 million and includes $32 million in guaranteed money.
Diehards Line: Woods gets $4.5 million in new money in the two existing years of his current contract, Rapoport added. The first year of the new extension, 2022, is set to pay Woods $13.5 million, meaning the wideout will receive $18 million in new money through 2022. .... Woods has operated largely out of the spotlight, but not out of the stat sheet. While many more notable stars have shined brightly before burning out, Woods has remained consistent since joining the Rams in 2017, catching 232 passes for 3,134 yards and 13 touchdowns from 2017-2019. Football games are often won and lost by what players do with the ball after they've received it, and Woods is elite in that regard. As the faces change around him, Woods remains reliable and productive. That's a wise investment for the Rams.