The Chicago Bears and star cornerback Jaylon Johnson have agreed on a four-year, $76 million deal that includes $43.8 million guaranteed at signing, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Jeremy Fowler.

Johnson will make $28 million in the first year of the deal, according to sources.

The Bears placed the nonexclusive franchise tag on Johnson on Tuesday, but general manager Ryan Poles expressed confidence last week that the sides would reach a long-term deal.

Johnson, who turns 25 in April, was named second-team All-Pro and earned Pro Bowl honors last season season, when he produced a career-high four interceptions (including a pick-six), 10 passes defended, one forced fumble and 36 tackles.

The 50th overall pick in the 2020 draft, Johnson played out the fourth year of his rookie contract after not being able to strike an extension with Chicago before the 2023 season.