The Atlanta Falcons confirmed Saturday that Safety William Moore agreed with a five-year contract to stay with the team.
The deal is reportedly worth $30 million.
"It's a relief," he told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "That was my ultimate goal, to continue to be here in Atlanta and try to get the Super Bowl. I'm very pleased with the negotiations."
Moore had 75 tackles and four interceptions last season and was a Pro Bowl alternate, even though he missed four games with a hamstring injury.