Landon Dickerson Splurges on Hilarious Gift After Signing $84 Million Contract

The Philadelphia Eagles' star offensive lineman treats himself after his massive contract extension.
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Earlier this offseason, the Philadelphia Eagles made their star offensive lineman Landon Dickerson the highest-paid guard in NFL history with a four-year, $84 million contract extension. The second-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft earned the lucrative deal with his back-to-back Pro Bowl seasons.

Now, he is on the verge of becoming an even bigger fan favorite with an iconic post-extension purchase.

The North Carolina native who said he was most excited about buying a new zero-turn lawnmower after his pay raise, went and did exactly that.

It turns out Dickerson wasn't joking. Not being able to contain his excitement, the 25-year-old is seen riding a Gravely Pro-Turn 560 Kawasaki, a professional-grade zero-turn lawnmower that is priced above $10,000.

If you think that is an unnecessarily expensive machine, wait until you see his lawn.

Not only does the man clearly need a professional-grade mower, but he also takes great care of his lawn. Those stripes are no joke.

We are happy to see Dickerson in his element, doing what he loves.

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