HENDERSON, Nev. -- Las Vegas Raiders place-kicker Daniel Carlson, who tied for the NFL lead in scoring last season with 144 points, has agreed to a four-year contract extension, his agent tweeted Wednesday.
The deal is worth $18.4 million with $10.2 million guaranteed, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. It makes Carlson the league's third-highest-paid kicker.
Raiders punter AJ Cole also received a four-year extension Wednesday that will make him one of the league's top-four-paid punters, his agent told NFL Network. Cole's new deal is worth $12.4 million, including $5.9 million guaranteed, a source told Schefter.
Cole leads the NFL with 51.1 yards per punt. His 42.8-yard net average ranks seventh.
Carlson, 26, was initially a fifth-round draft pick of the Minnesota Vikings in 2018 but was cut after two games when he missed three of his first four field goal attempts. The Raiders signed him Oct. 23 of that season.
With the Raiders, Carlson has made 95 of 108 field goal attempts, including 12-of-15 from 50 yards or longer, and 120 of 126 point-after attempts. His 104 points scored this season -- 27-for-30 on field goals, 23-for-25 on extra points -- are tied for third in the NFL with Los Angeles Rams kicker Matt Gay, behind New England Patriots kicker Nick Folk (128) and Indianapolis Colts running back Jonathan Taylor (108).
Carlson's combined 60 field goals the past two seasons are the most in the NFL, while his 92.3% conversion rate over that time frame ranks fourth in the league.