BALTIMORE (WJZ) — All-Pro left tackle Ronnie Stanley isn’t going anywhere any time soon. The Ravens announced Friday that they have agreed to a five-year contract extension with the 26-year-old, keeping him in Baltimore through the 2025 season.

“We are excited to announce a five-year contract extension with Ronnie Stanley through the 2025 season,” Ravens executive vice president and general manager Eric DeCosta said in a statement. “Ronnie is the mainstay on our offensive line. He’s a shutdown left tackle who excels on the field and in our community. This is just the beginning for Ronnie, and we could not be happier for him and his family.”

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The team did not release the financial details of the contract, but ESPN NFL insider Adam Schefter reports that the deal is worth $98.75 million with over $70 million of that money guaranteed.

Schefter also offered a further breakdown of the various financials of the contract.

The team’s first selection in the 2016 Draft (No. 6 overall), Stanley has started all 61 games that he has played in since joining the franchise. He was named an All-Pro for the first time last season when he played a key role in a rushing attack that set a league record for rushing yards with 3,296.

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In addition to the league records, Stanley helped the team set new franchise marks for total touchdowns (64), points (531) and total net yards (6,521).

CBS Baltimore Staff