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David Patterson
2007 3/1.135 TRV, .285/.37/.46 BS

2007 .02 SB/3

2007 IR

2008 BS reduced to .295/.385



2008 CUT Post
Cody Pearcy
2012 .39/.48/.57 BS

2012 .002 SB/3?

2012 CUT Post
Colin Peek
2010 .32/.405 BS

2010 .001 SB/2?

2010 waived/injured, .013235 injury settlement
Terrance Pennington
2007 No SB/2 after week 7, .36/.445 BS

2007 IR after 16

2008 CUT Post
Charlie Peprah
2009 No SB/1 after week 8, .535 BS
Bruce Pickens
Len Pasquarelli, AJC: the former Nebraska cornerback agreed to terms of a five-year, $ 7.125 million contract that includes a signing bonus of $ 2.65 million… In addition to the largest signing bonus in franchise history, Pickens will receive base salaries of $ 450,000 (1991), $ 575,000 ('92), $ 725,000 ('93), $ 900,000 ('94) and $ 1.1 million ('95). The contract includes workout bonuses of $ 100,000 each for the final four years of the deal, and a "completion bonus" of $ 325,000 payable in January 1996.
Etric Pruitt
2004 3/.983 TRV, .23/.305/.385 BS

2004 .063 SB/3

2004 CUT Post week 4

2004 PS, .07395 BS

2004 Activated after week 7, .23/.305 BS

2005 CUT Post


Nate Odomes
1996 No SB/1 after week 2, .275 BS
Frank Omiyale
2005 4/1.54 TRV, .23/.31/.385/.46 BS

2005 .155 SB/4

2006 CBA increase BS to .35/.435

2007 CUT Post (claimed by CAR)


J’Vonne Parker
2008 PS after week 8, .0884 BS

2008 signed by CAR after week 16


Jerome Pathon
2005 No SB/1 after week 3, .665 BS (.455 MSB)
David Patterson
2007 3/1.135 TRV, .285/.37/.46 BS

2007 .02 SB/3


Jeff Paulk
1999 3/1.09 TRV, .175/.25/.325 BS

1999 .34 SB/3

2000 CUT Post
Matt Winklejohn, AJC: Paulk, the team's third-rounder, last week signed a three- year, $ 1.09 million contract with a $ 340,000 bonus.
Justin Peelle
2008 1/.645 TRV, .605 BS (not MSB eligible)

2008 .04 SB/1

2009 3/5.25 TRV, 1.03/1.335/1.635 BS

2009 1.25 SB/3

2011 CUT Post
D. Orlando Ledbetter, Atlanta Journal Constitution: The Falcons have reached an injury settlement with Justin Peelle… After Peelle recovers, he could be re-signed after Week 10.
Mike Person
2015 3/3.35 TRV, 4.1 TRMV, .745/1/1.105 BS

2015 .5 SB/3

2017 .75 esc possible (PT)
Vaughn McClure, ESPN: Base salaries: $745,000 (2015); $1,000,000 (2016); $1,105,000 (2017) Signing bonus: $500,000 Cap numbers: $911,666 (2015); $1,116,666 (2016); $1,271,668 (2017)…
Aaron Wilson, NFP: Person Falcons deal three years, $3.35 million, $500,000 bonus, salaries $745,000, $1 million, $1.105 million, $750K escalator playtime…
Corey Peters
2010 4/2.557 TRV, .32/.405/.49/.575 BS

2010 .767 SB/4

2011 CBA increase BS to .45/.54

2012 reserve/NFI (.303 BS), activated after week 7

2013 BS escalated to 1.323

2014 1/1.5 TRV, 1.6 TRMV, 1 BS

2014 .03125 RB/game active (equiv .5, .46875 LTBE, earned .46875)

2014 .1 NLTBE RB (last game & 65% PT, not earned)


D. Orlando Ledbetter, AJC: Defensive tackle Corey Peters, one of the Falcons third round draft picks, signed a four-year contract worth $3.297 million with team on Tuesday... Peters... received a $767,000 signing bonus
Pat Yasinskas, ESPN: Peters was paid at a reduced rate while spending the first seven weeks of the season on the non-football injury list. Peters' contract initially called for him to be paid $540,000 in base salary. But Peters’ weekly checks were based on a $303,000 salary while he was on the non-football injury list. Peters went back to the $540,000 scale when he came off the list earlier this week.
Vaughn McClure, ESPN: The Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle signed a one-year deal Tuesday with a max value of $1.6 million… Peters' new contract doesn't include any guaranteed money, according to a league source. His base salary for 2014 is set to be $1 million. He'll earn up to $500,000 in the form of roster bonuses payable on a per game basis ($31,250 per game). The contract also includes $100,000 based on play-time percentage.
Mike Peterson
2009 2/6 TRV, 2/2.5 BS

2009 1.5 SB/2

2010 BS escalated to 3.1

2011 1/.96 TRV, .91 BS (.525 MSB)

2011 .05 SB/1

2012 1/.99 TRV, .925 BS

2012 .065 SB/1

2012 IR after week 16


Pat Yasinskas, ESPN: Tight end Reggie Kelly and linebacker Mike Peterson each got $910,000 base salaries with $50,000 signing bonuses. Kelly and Peterson each are counting only $575,000 against the cap.
Pat Yasinskas, ESPN: Peterson’s one-year deal is for a base salary of $925,000. He also received a $65,000 signing bonus. The benefit loophole (designed as a way to keep veterans in the league) allows his base salary to count as only $540,000. Throw in the signing bonus and Peterson’s cap figure is $605,000.
Todd Peterson
2005 1/.79 TRV, .765 BS (.455 MSB)

2005 .025 SB/1


Anthony Phillips
1994
Len Pasquarelli, AJC: Phillips, the last of the club's seven draft picks to agree to terms, signed a three-year, $ 870,750 contract… Phillips, 23, will receive a signing bonus of $ 282,000 and base salaries of $ 157,000 (1994), $ 196,250 ('95) and $ 235,500 ('96) - the best contract awarded to date in the entire third round.
Mareno Philyaw
2000 3/.893 TRV, .193/.275/.358 BS

2000 .067 SB/3

2000 CUT Post

2000 PS, .068 BS

2000 Activated after week 15, .193 BS
Bruce Pickens
AP: Pickens has agreed to a five-year, $7.13 million contract that includes a $2.65 million signing bonus. The former Nebraska CB ended a 75-day holdout when he agreed to terms of the contract Tuesday. His bonus is the largest signing bonus in franchise history, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. He will receive base salaries of $450,000 in 1991, $575,000 in 1992, $725,000 in 1993, $900,000 in 1994 and $1.1 million in 1995. The contract includes workout bonuses of $100,000 each for the final four years of the deal and a completion bonus of $325,000 payable in January 1996…
Cleveland Pinkney
2004 Acquired from TB (waivers)

2004 .305 BS

2004 CUT Post week 8 (claimed by CAR)
Artose Pinner
2007 1/.595 TRV, .595 BS

2007 CUT Post week 14


Bryan Pittman
2009 No SB/1 after week 8, .62 BS (.46 MSB?)

2009 CUT Post week 12


Lousaka Polite
2012 .7 BS (.54 MSB?)

2012 CUT Post week 9, termination pay?


Marcus Pollard
2008 No SB/1 after week 15, .83 BS (.445 MSB?)
Carlton Powell
2011 2/.99 TRV, .45/.54 BS

2011 CUT Post week 12 (paid thru week 13)

2011 PS after week 13, .0969 BS
Matt Prater
2007 .285/.37 BS

2007 CUT Post week 2


Peerless Price
2003 6/30 TRV, .53/1.97/2/4.4/4.4/4/5.5 BS

2003 10 SB/7

2004-2005 .25 WO

2005 CUT Post

2006-2007 .1 WO

2006-2007 .5 RB

2008-2009 1 RB

2009 voidable


Len Pasquarelli, ESPN: after being traded for a first-round draft choice: A signing bonus of $10 million. Base salaries of $530,000 (2003), $1.97 million (2004), $2 million (2005), $4.4 million (2006), $4.4 million (2007), $4 million (2008) and $5.5 million (2009). The final season voids if Price reaches certain predetermined playing-time levels in any of the first six years. There are workout bonuses of $250,000 each for 2004 and 2005 and of $100,000 each for 2006 and 2007. The deal also includes roster bonuses of $500,000 each for 2006-2007 and of $1 million each for 2008-2009.
Mike Pritchard
1991 3/2.325 TRV, .275/.35/.45 BS

1991 1.225 SB/3

1993 .025 WO

1994 .649 RFA tender

1994 Traded to DEN (for 3rd & 1995 1st)
USA Today: signing bonus of $1.225 million, base salaries of $275,000, $350,000, $450,000, plus workout bonus of $25,000 each year Total: $2.325 million over three years.
Len Pasquarelli, AJC: they can afford to offer him just a one-year contract at the salary ($649,000) tendered last month.
Terry Blount, Houston Chronicle: The Broncos also traded their third-round pick this year and

next year's No. 1 for Atlanta receiver Mike Pritchard.


Stanley Pritchett
2004 1/.66 TRV, .66 BS (.455 MSB)

2004 IR after week 15, .255 BS (.205 MSB)


Kurt Quarterman
2007 3/1.124 TRV, .295/.37/.46 BS

2007 .009 SB/3

2007 CUT Pre

2007 PS, .0799 BS

2007 Activated after week 16, .285/.295 BS

2008 CUT Post


Derek Rackley
2000 2/.478 TRV, .193/.275 BS

2000 .01 SB/2

2001 CBA increase BS to .298

2002 1/.375 TRV, .375 BS

2003 4/2.37 TRV, .45/.535/.54/.545 BS

2003 .3 SB/4

2006 CUT Post
Len Pasquarelli, ESPN: Rackley of Atlanta and Seattle's J.P. Darche signed new four-year contracts with upfront bonuses of $300,000 and $200,000, respectively.
Jason Rader
2008 No SB/2 after week 2, .37/.46 BS

2008 CUT Post week 8

2008 No SB/2 after week 12, .37/.46 BS

2009 CUT Post

2009 No SB/2 after week 13, .46/.545 BS

2010 Retired


Jason Randall
2006 PS, .0799 BS

2006 CUT Post week 5


Chris Redman
2007 1/.595 TRV, .595 BS (.435 MSB)

2008 2/5.5 TRV, 7.5 TRMV, 1/1.75 BS

2008 2.75 SB/2

2010 2/5.6 TRV, 7.6 TRMV, 1.3/2.55 BS

2010 1 SB/2

2010 .75 RB

2010 .75 BS guaranteed

2011 2 esc possible

2012 .825 BS (.54 MSB?)

2012 CUT Post


D. Orlando Ledbetter, AJC: Redman’s contract was a two-year deal, worth $5.6 million, with $2.5 million of it guaranteed.
Chris Vivlamore, AJC: He was re-signed to a one-year, $825,000 deal during the offseason after completing a two-year, $5.6 million contract.
Anthony Redmon
Matt Winklejohn, AJC: The Falcons reached an injury settlement with the former starting right guard… Exit Redmon, whose nonguaranteed salary was to be $725,000.
Ike Reese
2005 4/4 TRV, .665/.725/.94/.97 BS

2005 .7 SB/4

2007 CUT Pre
Micanor Regis
2012 .39/.48/.57 BS

2012 .0035 SB/3?

2012 CUT Post

2012 PS, .0969 BS


Brooks Reid
2015 5/22.5 TRV, 23.5 TRMV, 2.2/2.5/4.1/4.5/4.5 BS

2015 4.7 SB/5

2015 BS guaranteed

2016 2.1 BS guaranteed (injury only, vests to full)

2019 1 esc possible (Pro Bowls)
Aaron Wilson, NFP: Reid Falcons deal: five years, $22.5M, $9M gtd, $4.7M bonus, salaries $2.2M, $2.5M, $4.1M, $4.5M, $4.5M; 2015 salary gtd… Reid's $2.5 million 2016 salary guaranteed for injury at signing, full guarantee if on roster third day of 2016 league year… Reid has up to $1 million base salary escalator fo Pro Bowl from 2015 to 2018…
Sean Renfree
2013 4/2.205896 TRV, .405/.495/.585/.675 BS

2013 .045896 SB/4


Garrett Reynolds
2009 4/1.9306 TRV, .31/.395/.48/.565 BS

2009 .1806 SB/4

2011 CBA increase BS to .525/.615

2012 IR after week 9

2013 2/2.7 TRV, 3.8 TRMV, .715/1.285 BS

2013 .5 SB/2

2013 .00625 RB/game active (equiv .1, .04375 LTBE, earned .09375)

2014 CUT Pre

2014 1.1 esc possible

2014 .00625 RB/game active (equiv .1, .09375 LTBE)

Adam Caplan, Scout.com: it's four-year deal worth roughly over $1.93 million with a signing bonus of just over $180,000.
Pat Yaskinskas, ESPN: the two-year extension signed by offensive lineman Garrett Reynolds is worth an average of $1.294 million per season. Reynolds got a $500,000 signing bonus and his base salary for this season is $715,000. Reynolds’ base salary for $2014 is $1.285 million, but the contract includes an escalator that can raise that number.
Huey Richardson
1994 1/.1688 TRV, .162 BS

1994 .0068 SB/1

1994 CUT Pre
Karon Riley
2002 PS, .07395 BS

2002 Activated after week 6, .3 BS

2002 CUT Post week 10

2002 PS, .07395 BS

2002 Activated after week 12, .3 BS

2003 1/.375 TRV, .375 BS

2004 1/.455 TRV, .455 BS

2004 IR after week 6


Pat Riley
1996 Acquired from CHI (for draft pick)

1996 .2625/.3125 BS

1996 BS reduced to .164

1996 CUT Post

1996 .011 RB added (6 games active, not paid)
Andre Rison
1990 Acquired from IND (w/Chris Hinton & picks for 1st overall pick)

1990 .275/.325/.375/.425 BS

1990 .0125 RepB

1990-1993 .025 WO

1992 2/1.405 TRV, .375/.475 BS

1992 .5 SB/2

1993 .055 WO

1993 2/2.906589 TRV, 1.109/.647589 BS

1993 1 SB/2

1994 .15 RepB


Len Pasquarelli, AJC: The two-year agreement, worth about $3.1 million, came after Falcons president Taylor Smith had a heart-to-heart conversation by phone with the fifth-year veteran.

Rison will earn $2.2 million in the first year of the contract, $1 million of that as a signing bonus.


Constantin Ritzmann
2005 No SB after week 14 (off BUF PS), .305 BS
Jamal Robertson
2006 No SB/2 after week 14, .585/.595 BS

2007 CUT Post


Travian Robertson
2012 4/2.145896 TRV, .39/.48/.57/.66 BS

2012 .045896 SB/4


D. Orlando Ledbetter, AJC: Robertson signed a four-year contract worth $2.145 million, with a signing bonus of $45,896.
Dunta Robinson
2010 6/57 TRV, 5/5.5/6/7/9/9.5 BS

2010 7 RB

2010 BS guaranteed

2011 5 OB/5

2011 BS guaranteed (injury only, vests to full)

2012 3 OB/4 (not paid)

2012 4/34.5 TRV, 5/8/10/11.5 BS

2012 BS guaranteed

2013 CUT Pre
D. Orlando Ledbetter, Atlanta Journal Constitution: Here’s the breakdown on Dunta Robinson six-year contract, which included a $7 million signing bonus: He’s sent to receive base salaries of $5 million in 2010, $5.5 million in 2011, $6 million in 2012, $7 million in 2013, $9 million in 2014 and $9.5 million in 2015. He’s also set to receive a $3 million bonus in the second year of the deal and could also receive another $5 million in option bonuses. His salary cap numbers are $12 million in 2010, $6.5 million in 2011, $7.75 million in 2012, $8.75 million in 2013, $10.75 million in 2014 and $11.25 million in 2015.
Adam Schefter, ESPN: the Atlanta Falcons signed CB Dunta Robinson to a six-year, $57 million contract with $25.5 million in guarantees.
Mike Florio, PFT: The deal initially was reported as paying Robinson $25.5 million guaranteed. A source with access to the numbers, however, tells us that this interpretation of the contract includes as guaranteed money a $3 million non-guaranteed option bonus payable in 2012. Though the option bonus has a non-exercise fee, the Falcons could cut Robinson before the due date of the bonus and avoid the $3 million.
Pat Yasinskas, ESPN: he signed off on some tweaks to his contract that will save the Falcons $1.75 million in cap space this year. Robinson waived a $3 million option bonus that was about to come due and also agreed to lower his base salary for this year by $1 million. But Robinson gets some benefits in return. His new $5 million base salary for this year has been fully guaranteed. The Falcons also increased Robinson’s 2013 base salary to $8 million from $7 million and his 2014 salary was raised from $9 million to $10 million. His base salary for 2015 was increased from $9.5 to $11.5 million.
Pat Yasinskas, ESPN: If Robinson still is on the roster that day, $3 million of his $8 million base salary becomes fully guaranteed. Robinson currently is scheduled to count $9 million against the 2013 salary cap. But the Falcons could free up $6 million in cap space if they waive him before a portion of his base salary becomes guaranteed.
Eugene Robinson
1998 2/3.55 TRV, .75/1.8 BS

1998 1 SB/2

1999 BS reduced to 1
Len Pasquarelli, Atlanta Journal Constitution: The deal will pay the 13-year veteran a signing bonus of $ 1 million and salaries of $ 750,000 (1998) and $ 1.8 million ('99).
Clare Farnsfowrth, Seattle Post-Intelligencer: Robinson agreed to take a pay cut (from $1.8 million to $1 million)
Laurent Robinson
2007 4/2.4264 TRV, .285/.37/.46/.55 BS

2007 .7614 SB/4

2008 IR after week 15

2009 Traded to STL Pre (w/5th & 6th for 5th)


Jacquizz Rodgers
2011 4/2.231 TRV, .375/.465/.555/.645 BS

2011 .191 SB/4


Aaron Wilson, Scout.com: Rodgers' rookie deal is worth $2.23 million, including a $191,000 bonus.
James Rodgers
2012 .39/.48/.57 BS
2012 .002 SB/3?

2012 CUT Post

2012 PS after week 1, .0969 BS
Sam Rogers
2002 1/.675 TRV, .65 BS (.45 MSB)

2002 .025 SB/1

2003 2/1.565 TRV, 2.565 TRMV, .655/.76 BS

2003 .15 SB/2

2003-2004 .5 NLTBE

2004 CUT Pre

2004 voidable (50% PT 2003)
Brett Romberg
2009 .7/.9 BS

2009 .35 SB/2

2010 CUT Post

2011 No SB/1 after week 1, .81 BS (.525 MSB?)


Derek Ross
2003 Acquired from DAL after week 13 (waivers)

2003 .3/.38/.455/.545/.545/.545 BS

2004 CUT Post (claimed by NO)
Kevin Ross
1994 3/4 TRV, .8/.85/.85 BS

1994 1.5 SB/3

1996 CUT Pre
Len Pasquarelli, AJC: Ross, who will be used at free safety and nickel cornerback, agreed to a three-year, $4 million contract. He'll earn a signing bonus of $1.5 million and base salaries of $800,000 (1994), $850,000 ('95) and $850,000 ('96).
Allen Rossum
2002 3/3 TRV, .525/.6/.775 BS

2002 1 SB/3

2004 .1 RB

2005 4/4.775 TRV, .665/.67/.67/.77 BS

2005 2 SB/4

2006 CBA increase BS to .71/.72

2007 Traded to PIT Post (for cond 2008 7th)
Bob McGinn, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Rossum accepted a three-year, $3 million contract ($1 million signing bonus) from Atlanta.
Len Pasquarelli, ESPN: Rossum wll sign a four-year contract next week… it is believed that Rossum received a signing bonus of about $2 million.
Twan Russell
2003 1/.555 TRV, .53 BS (.45 MSB)

2003 .025 SB/1

2003 .075 BS guaranteed
Matt Ryan
2008 6/66 TRV, 72 TRMV, .295/3.5/4.2/4.9/5.6/6.3 BS

2008 2.505 RB

2009 2.9 one-time LTBE RB (PTI)

2009 BS escalated to 7.5/12.75/12.75/13.5/10

2009 10 SA/5, 5/10.25/10.25/11/10 BS

2011 BS escalated to 11.25/11.5/10

3.8 PTI (earned in 2008)

2013 5/103.75 TRV ext, 2/9.5/11.5/15.75/15.75/19.25 BS

2013 28 SB/6/5

2013 BS guaranteed

2014 12 OB/5

2014 BS guaranteed (injury only, vested to full)

2015 7.5 BS guaranteed (injury only, vested to full)
Adam Caplan, Scout.com: A league source notes Ryan stands to make an extra $1 million if the team wins the Super Bowl ($100,000 if the team wins a Wild Card game, $200,000 if the team wins in the next round, and $400,000 if the team makes it to the Super Bowl, maximum total of $1 million if Atlanta wins the Super Bowl game).
Peter King, SI: Assuming option clauses are exercised, which they will be, Ryan's real-money deal is $66 million over six years. Russell's is $61 million over six. Over the first three years of the contracts, Ryan makes $34.75 million, Russell $34.5 million. Over the first four years, Ryan makes $45 million, Russell $44.5 million. Over the first five years, Ryan makes $56 million, Russell $54.5 million.
JI Halsell: 1-time NLTBE Incentive (is deemed NLTBE because Ryan had to play 35% of the offensive snaps + the team had improve in 1 of 3 team categories, ie, Total Offense, etc.): $3.8M
1-time NLTBE Roster Bonus (Ryan must meet 35% playtime requirement + club improve in team category + player must be on the roster as of, for example, 1st day of the league year after the season he earned the bonus): $2.9M
2009 P5 guarantee: $7.5M

2010 P5 guarantee: $12.75M

2011 P5 guarantee: $2.5M of $12.75M salary

2012 P5 guarantee: $2.5M of 13.5M salary


The contract also allows for Ryan to earn more money in addition to the $66M via "high-end" or "fluff" incentives. Those incentives breakdown as follows:
50% playtime + playoff win(s) (depending upon how far the team advances in the playoffs): up to $500K/year; maximum of $2M over the course of the contract

Minimum 35% playtime in 2008 or 45% playtime in any year thereafter + club improvement + Top 5 QB Ranking or Pro Bowl selection: max $1M per year; max $4M over course of contract


Brian McIntyre, MacsFootballBlog.com: Matt Ryan trigged a $1m escalator when he was named to his first Pro Bowl.
Joel Corry, NFP: Ryan signed a five-year, $103.75 million contract extension… The deal contains $59 million in guarantees. $42 million is fully guaranteed, which consists of a $28 million signing bonus, $12 million option bonus due on the fifth day of the 2014 league year (March 15) with an equivalent non-exercise fee and $2 million 2013 base salary. Ryan’s $9.5 million 2014 base salary and $7.5 million of his $11.5 million 2015 base salary are guaranteed for injury only. The $17 million of injury guarantees become fully guaranteed on the third day of the 2014 waiver period (February 5). The base salary guarantees don’t have offsets. Ryan has unguaranteed $15.75 million, $15.75 million and $19.25 million base salaries in his 2016, 2017 and 2018 contract years.
Mark Rypien
1988 2/1.85 TRV, .55/.85 BS

1988 .4 SB/2

1988 CUT Post

1989 .05 RB


Matt Winkeljohn, Atlanta Journal COnstitution: Rypien, 35, signed a two-year, $1.85 million contract last winter… Rypien will return an unspecified portion of his $400,000 signing bonus, but by league rules the pro-rated portion --- $200,000 --- will count against Atlanta's salary cap this year, anyway. His $550,000 salary will not.
Ephraim Salaam
1998 2/.35 TRV, .144/.18 BS

1998 .026 SB/2

1998 .01 Inc (76% PT)

1999 CBA increase BS to .25

2000 1/.358 TRV, .358 BS

2001 1.115 RFA tender

2001 1/.6 TRV, 1.1 TRMV, .6 BS

2001 .5 NLTBE


Matt Winkeljohn, Atlanta Constitution: Salaam, a seventh-round draft pick, has come to terms with the Falcons and is expected to sign a two-year deal today worth $353,000… It comes with a signing bonus of $26,000.
Matt Winkeljohn, Atlanta Journal Constitution: Salaam… got a one-year offer for $1.027 million.
Asante Samuel
2012 Acquired from PHI (for 7th)

2012 3/14.5 TRV, 18.5 TRMV, 1.25/3/3.5 BS

2012 2.25 OB/3

2012 .0625 RB/game active (equiv 1, 1 LTBE, earned .9375)

2013 .75 RB (53-man week 1)

2013 .0625 RB/game active (equiv 1, 1 LTBE, earned .9375)

2013 BS escalated to 3.2 (addl 1.8 esc possible)

2014 CUT Pre

2014 .75 RB (53-man week 1, not paid)

2014 .0625 RB/game active (equiv 1, not paid)

2014 2 esc possible
Brian McIntyre, MacsFootballBlog.com: Samuel had his $9.9 million base salary reduced to $1.25 million, which is guaranteed for injury. Samuel also has a $2.25 million option bonus, which is to be exercised on or before May 8, 2012 and prorated over the next three seasons. Samuel also has $1 million in per game active roster bonuses ($62,500 per) next season, which if he dresses for all 16 games, would give him a 2012 cap number of $3 million… Next season, Samuel has a $3 million base salary and can earn up to $1.75 million in roster bonuses. $750,000 of that is available if Samuel is on the 53-man roster in Week 1 of the 2013 season and logged over 70 percent playing time in 2012. The remaining $1 million comes in the form of per game active roster bonuses ($62,500 per). 2014, the third season of the renegotiated contract, includes a $3.5 million base salary and $1.75 million in roster bonuses. $750,000 is available if Samuel is on the 53-man roster in Week 1 and had 70 percent playing time in 2013 with the other $1 million available in per game active roster bonuses ($62,500 per). Samuel can earn up to $2 million in base salary escalators in 2013 and 2014, which he'd need to hit in order to earn the reported value of $18.5 million.

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