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How much is Los Angeles Rams receiver Cooper Kupp’s new deal worth?

After producing one of the best wide receiver seasons in NFL history, Cooper Kupp has been rewarded with a big contract extension.

THOUSAND OAKS, CA - JUNE 7 : Cooper Kupp #10 of the Los Angeles Rams takes off his jersey following the first day mini camp at the team's facility at California Lutheran University on June 7, 2022 in Thousand Oaks, California.   Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images/AFP
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Cooper Kupp is undoubtedly among the best wide receivers in the NFL – and now he’ll be paid like one. The Los Angeles Rams and Kupp have agreed on a three-year, $80million contract extension Wednesday that ties him to the franchise for the next five years at $110m, according to multiple reports.

Kupp put together one of the best seasons in league history in 2021, leading the NFL with 145 receptions for 1,945 yards and 16 touchdowns, earning Offensive Player of the Year honours in the process.

He capped the memorable season with eight catches for 92 yards and two scores, including the late game-winner, and was named MVP in the Rams’ Super Bowl victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in February.

Even with the new extension, Kupp will still trail the Miami Dolphins’ Tyreek Hill, Las Vegas Raiders’ Davante Adams, Arizona Cardinals’ DeAndre Hopkins, Philadelphia Eagles’ A.J. Brown and Buffalo Bills’ Stefon Diggs in yearly value on receiver contracts.

Kupp was asked in April if he felt he needed to be the league’s highest-paid receiver after his stellar season.

‘’I don’t think that’s really kind of the approach that I take,’’ he said. ‘’I think there’s definitely a place where you want to be.

“There’s a place that I think you feel is fair, and a place both for me and this organization. I want to be there. I’m not trying to beat anybody. I’m not trying to compare myself to anyone else. It’s more of just being in a place that’s just right for both sides.’’

Kupp becomes the second star player the champion Rams have extended this week. Defensive tackle Aaron Donald had his contract re-worked on Monday, making him the highest paid non-quarterback in the NFL.