Los Angeles has locked up one of its starting interior defenders.
An extension for Brockers was reported as in the works earlier this week.
"Retaining Michael was a priority for our organization," Rams coach Jeff Fisher said. "Our defensive front has always been important to us, and Michael has been a significant part in what we do on that side of the football since we drafted him. We're excited that he is going to continue his career with us here in Los Angeles."
The No. 14 overall pick in 2012 entered the final year of his rookie contract set to make $6.146 million.
Brockers hasn't developed into a star pass rusher, but is rock solid against the run and exceedingly durable, starting 57 straight games for the Rams.