Havenstein and Rams agreed on a three-year extension


One of the pillars of the Los Angeles Rams’ offence has been committed to the team through the 2025 campaign. The Rams and right tackle Rob Havenstein reached a three-year contract extension, the organization announced on Wednesday night. Terms weren’t made public. Prior to this, Havenstein was scheduled to begin the last year of a $32.5 million, four-year deal. The Rams chose Havenstein in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft, and he has started every game since. When the defending Super Bowl winners take on the Buffalo Bills to open the season on Thursday, he will make his 100th start. After starting all four playoff games and 15 regular-season games last year, Havenstein had an 83.4 rating from Pro Football Focus, ranking seventh among NFL offensive tackles in 2021. With Havenstein’s recent appointment as team captain, it appears like the Rams’ championship-winning core will remain together for a very long time.