The Green Bay Packers signed safety Morgan Burnett to a contract extension on Friday.
Terms of the pact were not disclosed, but NFL.com reported earlier this week that the extension is worth $24.75 million over four years. The 24-year-old can make up to $26 million with incentives. The deal also includes an $8.25 million signing bonus.
Burnett, a third-round draft pick of the Packers in 2010, has started every game the past two seasons. He has six interceptions and three sacks for his career.