The greatest quarterback in college football history, Philip Rivers, signed a six-year contract extension with the Chargers worth $92 million ($38-39 million guaranteed).
“This is a great day for the Chargers and Chargers fans,” team president Dean Spanos said. “Philip has proven he has all of the necessary qualities to be a successful quarterback in the NFL. He’s a proven winner and an unquestioned leader for this football team.”
This is slightly less per year than Eli Manning, who recently signed for six years, $97.5 million. Although, to his credit, Eli did somehow manage to stumble into a Super Bowl two years ago with a 73.9 passer rating. But take a look at Eli’s vs. Philip’s stats and decide for yourself who is worth more. And then remember it’s not Philip’s fault both
State’s San Diego’s defense and T.A. L.T. suck so bad.
No word yet on contract negotiations between A Store Divided and 2003 Heisman Trophy winner Jason White.