The Miami Dolphins have agreed to a three-year contract extension with offensive linemen Austin Jackson, a source confirmed to ESPN, ensuring the 2020 first-round pick doesn’t hit free agency this coming offseason.

The extension is worth $36 million and includes $20.7 million in guaranteed money for the team’s starting right tackle, per the source.

Despite his struggles in his first two seasons, Jackson showed promise during his first training camp under head coach Mike McDaniel in 2022, after a move to right tackle. An ankle injury sidelined him for all but two games during the regular season, though, keeping him from building on his summer momentum.