Los Angeles inked backup corner Troy Hill to a two-year extension through 2020, the team announced Thursday.
Hill's deal is worth up to $8.25 million with a base value of $5.25 million, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported. Hill will receive the extra $3 million if he plays more than 52.5 percent of Los Angeles' defensive snaps.
In his three seasons with the Rams, Hill has seen his snap rate increase over time -- 42.5 percent (2018), 25.3 (2017) and 30.7 (2016) -- but has never played over half of L.A.'s defensive snaps.
A restricted free agent this offseason, Hill had not signed the $2 million tender placed on him by L.A. in March.
The cornerback started seven of 16 games played last year and recorded his first two career interceptions.