The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed guard David DeCastro to a new six-year deal with the franchise through the 2021 season. Reportedly, the deal is worth $58.07 million.
DeCastro started all 16 regular-season games for the second consecutive year in 2015, en route to earning his first career Pro Bowl selection and first-team Associated Press All-Pro honors. Entering the 2016 season, DeCastro's 40 consecutive games started streak is the sixth-longest active streak among NFL guards.
DeCastro has started 50 of the 51 games in which he's played, and all three postseason contests, since entering the NFL as a first round (24th overall) draft pick of the Steelers in 2012.