The Colts and Jonathan Taylor have agreed to a rumored three-year, $42 million agreement before of their season opener against the Titans. 

It's Jonathan Taylor time after a stressful few months.According to a Saturday release, the Indianapolis Colts activated the  

All-Pro running backfrom the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform list.Taylor and the organization agreed to a contract deal shortly after,

making him one of the league's highest-paid running backs. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, 

the deal required a three-year, $42 million contract extension with a $26.5 million guarantee.

Taylor rushed for 3,841 yards and scored 33 touchdowns in his first three seasons in Indianapolis. Nick Chubb was the last running back to get a long-term deal worth $10 million or more in 2021, despite a shifting market for the position. 

The path to this objective was not always easy. After undergoing offseason ankle surgery, the 24-year-old began training camp on the PUP list. 

He hadn't practiced with the team since he arrived at training camp on July 25 and made a trade request after the team and he couldn't come to an agreement to extend his rookie contract.Jim Irsay 

the owner of the Indianapolis Colts, added insult to injury by disregarding running backs' worries about their value in the league. Following his declaration,

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