The Dallas Cowboys have locked down their All-Pro right guard, agreeing to terms with Zack Martin on a six-year extension worth $84 million with $40 million in guarantees, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports, citing a source.
The deal, which will pay Martin $14 million annually, makes him the highest-paid guard in the NFL. It tops the free-agent deal Andrew Norwell signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars earlier this offseason for $66.5 million ($13.3 million annually).
Martin's contract is second only to Nate Solder's as the most lucrative deal for an offensive lineman across the league. Solder also made it rich in 2018 free agency, landing a $15.5-million-per-year deal with the New York Giants.
Martin has reached the Pro Bowl in every one of his four seasons in the NFL and was named a first-team All-Pro in 2014 and 2016. The Cowboys have now signed three parts of their vaunted offensive line to long-term deals after extending Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith and Pro Bowl center Travis Frederick in recent years.