Las Vegas Raiders kicker Daniel Carlson signed his tender with the team on Thursday, according to multiple reports.
Carlson will make $3.384 million in 2021. He was a restricted free agent and the Raiders placed a second-round tender on him in March to retain his services.
Carlson was a superb 33 of 35 on field-goal attempts last season while tying for the NFL lead with 144 points. He nailed all 26 of his attempts under 40 yards.
Overall, the 26-year-old has made 69 of 82 field-goal attempts in three NFL seasons with the Minnesota Vikings (2018) and Raiders (2018-20).
He hit just 1 of 4 attempts in two games with the Vikings before being released in 2018. He was picked up by the Raiders and went 16 of 17 the rest of the season.
Carlson has made 103 of 107 point-after attempts in 44 NFL games.
–Field Level Media