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GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Arizona Cardinals and All-Pro defensive back Tyrann Mathieu have agreed to a five-year contract extension, a rich reward for a player once considered a high-risk draftee.A person with knowledge of the agreement says the contract totals $62.5 million, with $40 million guaranteed. The person spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because the terms were not revealed.The agreement, announced by the team on Tuesday night, comes despite major injuries to both of Mathieus knees in his first three NFL seasons. He has yet to play a full NFL season.Mathieu, known as the Honey Badger to his multitude of fans, sent a tweet earlier Tuesday that said simply, blessed.The agreement is further evidence of his remarkable rise after being out of football for a season following his dismissal from LSU for marijuana-related offenses.Mathieu was considered a risk when the Cardinals chose him in the third round (69th overall) in the 2013 draft, but he quickly developed into one of the teams top players and evolved into a vocal leader with no off-field issues.Mathieus first contract had $800,000 guaranteed with a multitude of drug tests, but much of the money was spread over four seasons because of concerns about his earlier problems.The new contract would be the largest for a safety in NFL history. Although he is listed as a safety and earned All-Pro honors at that position, Mathieu had more plays at cornerback last season. Basically, hes a do-everything defensive back.It was unclear whether the contract had contingencies if Mathieu suffers further serious injuries. The guarantee may be unprecedented for a young player who had undergone two knee surgeries in such a short period of time.Mathieu tore his left ACL and LCL on a brutal hit against St. Louis in December of his rookie season and tore his right ACL in a non-contact injury following an interception late in a one-sided victory at Philadelphia last Dec. 20. The Cardinals defense was noticeably less effective after losing Mathieu, who brings an emotional edge to his game as well as his considerable physical skills and instincts.Coach Bruce Arians voice cracked with emotion when he revealed to reporters the extent of Mathieus injury the day after the Eagles game.When Mathieu returned in his second season, he had difficulty adjusting to playing with a knee brace.The second injury was far less serious, but Mathieu opened training camp last week on the physically unable to perform list.Mathieu was to receive a base salary of $1.4 million this season. The $265,000 roster bonus that was part of his rookie deal was spread over four years.He has become one of the most charismatic and accessible players on the team. His spirited approach to the game was prominently on display in the All or Nothing video series by NFL Films on that documented Arizonas 2015 season.A dynamic defensive back at LSU, Mathieu was a Heisman Trophy finalist as a sophomore in the 2011 season, the first defensive back so honored since Charles Woodson won the award in 1997. But he was dismissed from his college team in August 2012 and was arrested on marijuana-related charges that December.He came to the NFL under that cloud of suspicion but readily talked about his problems and peppered his many tweets with inspirational thoughts and sayings.Mathieu also became a voice for social justice, decrying the violence in his hometown of New Orleans.Several of his Arizona teammates exulted in news of the contract.When I say my boy his own money, defensive lineman Calais Campbell said on Twitter, I mean the boy has his own MONEY.All-Pro cornerback Patrick Peterson, a teammate of Mathieu at LSU who took the player under his wing with the Cardinals, said in a tweet, Man Im soo happy for my baby brother (at)Mathieu-Era he deserves every penny!!!---AP NFL website: and Steve Francis Jersey . "I dont know that were close," said general manager Alex Anthopoulos. "I just think, right now, the acquisition cost just doesnt work for us right now. 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Des Hasler is concerned the NRLs shoulder charge fiasco could have an adverse impact on the finals series.Canterbury coach Hasler said on Friday there was widespread confusion among clubs and players over the shoulder charge rule.Haslers words come after Canberra star Jack Wightons exoneration on Tuesday night at the judiciary, and the lack of any charge against Cronulla hooker Michael Ennis.Its not just a concern for me - it is a concern for any of the clubs or the players, Hasler said.Hasler has long butted heads with NRL officialdom, echoing Raiders coach Ricky Stuarts call for a review of the rules and interpretations governing the controversial tackle in the off-season.It needs to be addreessed - a case like that isnt the first time it has happened, he said.ddddddddddddPeople keep giving me advice about the way to go about it (addressing it with the NRL) but it seems to fall on deaf ears.We will see what happens in the off-season.Hasler said the Bulldogs didnt challenge Sam Kasianos two-game suspension for dangerous contact because of the unpredictable nature of the judiciary system.It was something that we could have taken to the judiciary but, with the judiciary these days, you just dont know what can happen. Lets be honest - nobody knows, he said. ' ' '

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