The Philadelphia Eagles and left tackle Jordan Mailata have agreed to a three-year extension through the 2028 season, the team announced Thursday.

Financial details of the pact weren’t disclosed, but the three-year deal is worth $66 million and contains $48 million in guarantees and a $20-million signing bonus, sources told Adam Schefter of ESPN.

Mailata’s $22-million average salary is the fourth-highest among offensive tackles, adds Schefter.


The 27-year-old is the second Eagles offensive lineman to receive a new deal this offseason after guard Landon Dickerson inked a position-record four-year, $84-million extension in March.

Locking down both Mailata and Dickerson for the foreseeable future ensures continuity for a unit that lost star center Jason Kelce to retirement. Mailata was PFF’s third-ranked offensive tackle last season after allowing just three sacks in 17 games.

The Eagles selected the Australian former rugby player in the seventh round of the 2018 NFL Draft after he went through the International Player Pathway.

Mailata didn’t appear in any games his first two seasons because he was a backup and due to injury, but he’s been a constant presence on Philadelphia’s offensive line over the last four years, appearing in 62 games with 57 starts. He signed a four-year, $64-million extension before the 2021 campaign.