Damian Lillard is putting his money where his mouth is — again. The six-time All-Star has been vocal about his loyalty to the Portland Trail Blazers, and he's now proven how committed he is to the cause. According to reports, Dame has now signed another extension with his team.

This report comes via ESPN's Bobby Marks:

Damian Lillard has signed a two-year $122 million extension with the Portland Trail Blazers, sources tell ESPN. The extension has a player option for the 2026-27 season.

Multiple reports have also confirmed the deal:

Shams Charania of The Athletic reports that Lillard's new deal will now see him remain with the Blazers for the next five years:

As Shams reports, Damian Lillard has now become one of the most profitable earners in the history of the league. This is a well-deserved achievement for the 31-year-old, who himself has remained loyal to Portland throughout his career. The Blazers are clearly committed to Lillard as well, and they have rewarded him once again with another big-money extension.

Lillard's 2021-22 campaign was cut short due to injury, and he was able to play just 29 games last season. He has been working hard to get back into top form, and he's expected to be ready to start the new season.

The Blazers have been quite busy in the offseason thus far, as they look to bounce back in 2022-23. Portland brought in Jerami Grant from the Detroit Pistons via trade, while also securing contract extensions for Jusuf Nurkic and Anfernee Simons. The Blazers also decided to sign recently-crowned NBA champion Gary Payton II from the Golden State Warriors through free agency.