Jalen Hurts' Eagles deal has both winners and losers, as Lamar Jackson will be affected.

Jalen Hurts and the Philadelphia Eagles took the exact opposite path to arrive at a long-term agreement on Monday, in contrast to the quarterback drama-filled offseason.

The second-round pick in the 2020 draft who helped the Eagles win the Super Bowl this season didn't desert to a secret hideout, tweet his trade request, or demand a fully guaranteed deal.

Instead, in what appears to be a pact that will benefit both parties, Hurts and the Eagles pledged to working together through 2028.

Additionally, the transaction has significant ramifications for quarterbacks like Lamar Jackson of the Baltimore Ravens,

 Justin Herbert of the Los Angeles Chargers, and Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals.

So who did this transaction favor and who did it not? Let's dissect it. Winners Hurts: It goes without saying that Hurts just made generational wealth. 

 Over the course of his five-year agreement (starting in 2024), he is expected to make a record $51 million annually. 

A source with knowledge of the arrangements verified the details to Yahoo Sports, adding that the $179.3 million in guarantees is part of the $255 million package,

making it the second-most guaranteed new money in league history. Hurts should also be secure through 2028 thanks to the agreement he and 

agent Nicole Lynn reached on what one source claimed to be the first no-trade clause in Eagles organization annals.