Dolphins signed K Dan Carpenter to a 3-year extension - 2013
Dan Carpenter, Brandon Fields and John Denney have handled the Dolphins kicking game for the past two years, and it looks like they could be together for a while. After Fields and Denney got contract extensions in the offseason, Carpenter has now joined them in that regard.
Carpenter recently signed a three-year extension through the 2013 season.
According to figures on the NFLPA website, Carpenter will make $1 million, $2.53 million and $2.68 million in base salary the next three seasons. He is scheduled to make $470,000 in 2010.
Earlier, Fields got a two-year contract extension, while Denney's deal was extended for three years.
Carpenter will earn $6.205 million over the next three years, putting him on par with established veterans. The 2009 Pro Bowler has nailed 46-of-53 field goals (86.8 percent) over his first two NFL seasons.