It appears as though the extension is for three years at approximately $9M per season. The 2015 rookie was selected in the sixth round by Baltimore but struggled with drug dependency and failed two tests resulting in two suspensions. He ultimately parted ways with the Ravens when he was signed off the team's practice squad late in 2018 by the Oakland Raiders. Now reportedly sober for two years and with greater purpose, Waller has shown that he can be a dynamic player at the position, producing 359 yards on 37 receptions. He has not yet recorded a touchdown on the season. It's not only a feel-good story for DLF's TE10 but also a story of perseverance and commitment toward overcoming the challenge of drug and alcohol dependency. Darren Waller, still only 27, should have multiple years of production ahead of him and is a rising TE1.