The NFL and the NFL Players Association have agreed to a three-year contract extension that will keep the players in the fold through the 2021 season.

The deal was first reported by CBS Sports.

The deal includes a base salary of $1.1 million and a $1 million signing bonus.

The extension also includes $2 million guaranteed for injuries and $3 million for the final year of the deal.

The contract is the biggest one of the 2019 NFL season, with an average of $8.5 million for each of the six years.

The NFLPA’s first-year salary is $1,890,000.

The two-year deals for players who are injured during the season are the second-highest average ($1.7 million).

The deal is for the 2021 and 2022 seasons, the two- and three-time Pro Bowlers who will be competing in the 2021 NFL Championship Game, respectively.

The Pro Bowl roster was announced Tuesday.

This will mark the third time in the past four years the NFLPA has agreed to new contracts with the league.

In June, the union agreed to pay the league $50 million to settle a class-action lawsuit filed by players alleging the NFL had a role in reducing the amount of benefits they received.

Last season, the NFL negotiated a five-year, $60 million extension with players.

The players had originally been expected to sign the contract in March.