Tunsil became the highest-paid offensive lineman in the game this offseason, negotiating a three-year, $66 million contract extension directly with Texans coach and general manager Bill O’Brien with counsel from California-based advisor Pete “Saint” Riley and business manager Laolu Sanni. It was part of a four-year deal with a total maximum value of $76.35 million and $50 million guaranteed.
Now, Tunsil, 25, is determined to elevate his game following the blockbuster payday and prove the Texans made a wise investment.
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