Nick Bosa of the San Francisco 49ers will set records with a $31 million APY contract.

Nick Bosa, the San Francisco 49ers' standout defensive player, is aiming for a historic payday that might make him the highest-paid defensive player in NFL history.

The 25-year-old defensive end is reportedly seeking to outperform Los Angeles Rams standout Aaron Donald's $31 million average per year (APY) contract.

Jeremy Fowler, ESPN's NFL insider, revealed this surprising revelation during an ESPN broadcast, claiming that many people he spoke with throughout the league believe Bosa is on his way to this historic contract.

Bosa's pursuit of a record-breaking deal has not been without difficulties. During his contract holdout this training camp and preseason, Bosa has amassed over a million dollars in fines.

Fortunately for Bosa, being on his rookie contract allows the 49ers to waive these sanctions, which other players, such as Chris Jones of the Chiefs, do not have.

Nick Bosa entered the NFL as the second overall pick in the 2019 draft, and he's left an indelible impression on the league since then.

 Bosa has 43 sacks in 51 games played over his career, including leading the league with 18.5 sacks last season.

Bosa's impact extends beyond sacks, as he has 106 quarterback hits, 56 tackles for a loss, and 8 fumble recoveries in his career.

Bosa's excellent play has established him as one of the NFL's most dominant defensive players, making his quest of the highest-paid defensive player title all the more fascinating.


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