The Philadelphia Eagles have extended their naming rights deal for Lincoln Financial Field through 2032.
The original deal ran through the 2022 season and paid the Eagles $139.6 million for 20 years.
The new deal is worth $170 million, or just over $12 million per season.
"To have a hometown corporate team support your hometown team, there becomes this connection that carries beyond the stadium," team president Don Smolenski said. "It provides us resources for what we do from a business perspective, but it's resources that we put into the building for the fans, resources that we put into the team for the fans, and it's resources that we do together in the community, which is for Philadelphia."