Whitworth is signing a three-year contract with the Rams, per his agents. According to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, via an informed source, the deal is worth $30 million and Whitworth could make up to $37.5M — $12.5M fully guaranteed. Rapoport added that it's the highest-paying contract signed by a non-QB, age 35 or older in NFL history.
While Whitworth's play dipped slightly at points last season, he remains a stalwart pass blocker, giving up just one sack in 2019, per Pro Football Focus.
Even if his play isn't at an All-Pro level any longer, the Rams couldn't afford to lose Whitworth. The three-year deal should take him through the end of his career, whenever he ultimately decides to walk away.