Dak Prescott agreed to a record-breaking contract extension with the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night, according to a report.

That’s per ESPN’s Adam Schefter, who says the deal is worth $160 million over four years.

The deal includes $66 million in signing bonus money, which breaks a record that was previously held by former Wisconsin QB Russell Wilson. Wilson’s current deal with the Seattle Seahawks included a $65 million signing bonus.

Prescott’s new contract includes $126 million in guaranteed money — essentially the first three years of the deal. That is also a record for the most guaranteed money in NFL history.

He will now earn $40M annually, which is second in the NFL only to Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Wilson is now fourth in the NFL at $35 million per season.

Prescott was an MVP candidate before suffering a gruesome leg injury in the Cowboys’ fifth game of the season in 2020. He was on pace to throw for nearly 6,000 yards before the injury.