Sportscenter said 4 years 5 mil per.
Just got this off of ESPN.com
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) _ Running back Priest Holmes, who has led the NFL in yards from scrimmage the past two seasons, agreed to a four-year contract extension with the Kansas City Chiefs on Wednesday.
Holmes had indicated he might not play in the season opener on Sunday if a new deal was not worked out.
When asked if he would now be paid as the best running back in football, Holmes smiled and said, ``Let's just say that I am a happy man.''
He had been scheduled to make a base salary of about $2.5 million in each of the three years remaining on his contract _ unquestionably below market value for a player who had 4,440 yards from scrimmage the past two seasons and was selected the NFL's most valuable offensive player for 2002.
He missed the last two games of last season with a hip injury that required surgery in February. But general manager Carl Peterson said Wednesday he was satisfied the hip had fully healed.