The Pittsburgh Steelers and safety Minkah Fitzpatrick have agreed to terms on a four-year contract worth over $18.4 million per year. The deal reportedly includes $36 million guaranteed at signing and makes Fitzpatrick the highest-paid safety in NFL history.
|Season||Snaps||PFF Grade||Grade Rank|
|2021||1,148||57.2||77th of 98|
|2022||1,088||76.4||11th of 97|
|2019||1,046||79.8||11th of 96|
|2018||944||61.9||80th of 125*|
*Fitzpatrick primarily lined up at cornerback for the 2018 season.
The former Alabama star has played 4,226 snaps since joining the NFL and has graded above 75.0 in two of his four professional seasons. He's racked up 278 tackles and 52 defensive stops over his career.
Fitzpatrick earned the lowest PFF grade of his career in 2021, finishing the season ranked 77th among 98 qualifying players at the position.