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Tom Ackerman


1996 2/.3625 TRV, .131/.164 BS

1996 .054 SB/2

1996 .0085 RB

1997 .005 RB

1998 1/.238 TRV, .238 BS

1999 .429 RFA tender

2000 4/6.89 TRV, .44/1.1/1.3/1.7 BS

2000 2.2 SB/4

2000-2001 .05 WO

2001 BS reduced to .5/.55/1.7

2001 .27 SB/3 added

2001 .1 NTLBE added (PT)

2001-2003 .5 NLTBE (Pro Bowl)

2002 CUT Pre

2002 .05 WO (removed)

2002 .75 RB added

2002 1.025 NLTBE added (PT)
Len Pasquarelli, CBS Sportsline: Ackerman signed a four-year, $6.89 million contract. It includes a signing bonus of $2.2 million and base salaries of $440,000 (for 2000), $1.1 million (2001), $1.3 million (2002) and $1.7 million (2003). There are workout bonuses of $50,000 each for 2000-2002.
PJ Alexander
2002 PS, .068 BS

2003 .225 BS

2003 CUT Post week 4

2003 PS, .07395 BS

2003 Signed by DEN after week 7
Jonathan Amaya
2011 Acquired from NO (w/draft pick for Reggie Bush)

2011 .45 BS


Andy Alleman
2007 3/1.604 TRV, .285/.37/.46 BS

2007 .489 SB/3

2008 CUT Post (claimed by MIA)
Eric Allen
1995 5/14.028 TRV, .178/1.35/1.9/2/1.5 BS

1995 4.25 SB/5

1996 .5 RepB

1997 .6 RepB

1998 Traded to OAK Pre (for 4th)

1998 .75 RepB

1999 1 RepB
Mike Strom, Times-Picayune: Allen will get a $4.25 million signing bonus with respective annual salaries and reporting bonuses of $178,000 (with no reporting bonus) in 1995; $1.35 million and $500,000 in '96; $1.9 million and $600,000 in '97; $2 million and $750,000 in '98; and $1.5 million and $1 million in '99.
Brian Allee-Walsh, Times-Picayune: The New Orleans Saints traded veteran cornerback Eric Allen to the Oakland Raiders on Thursday for a fourth-round pick in the upcoming NFL draft.
James Allen
2002 3/1.386 TRV, .225/.3/.38 BS

2002 .481 SB/3

2005 1/.656 TRV, .455 BS

2005 .201 SB/1

2006 1/.71 TRV, .585 BS

2006 .1 SB/1

2006 .025 RB/WO
Jermaine Allen
2008 PS, .0884 BS
Roger Allen
2010 PS, .0884 BS
Terry Allen
2000 No SB/1 after week 11, .44 BS
Ashley Ambrose
1999 2/6.95 TRV, .725/2.25 BS

1999 .975 SB/2

2000 CUT Pre

2000 3 RB (not paid)

2003 4/7.015 TRV, .755/.76/1.5/2 BS

2003 1.5 SB/4

2005 CUT Pre

2006 .5 RB


AP: Ambrose signed a four-year, $8 million contract that included a $1.5 million signing bonus.
Morten Andersen
1982 2/.114 TRV, .043/.055 BS

1982 .016 SB/2

1984 2/.27 TRV, .115/.145 BS

1984-1985 .005 WO

1986 3/.9 TRV, .275/.3/.325 BS

1989 4/2.0775 TRV, .5/.5/.5/.5775 BS

1993 4/4.375 TRV, 1/.9/.875/.8 BS

1993 .66 SB/4

1993 .14 RepB

1995 CUT Post


Ben Archibald
2005 2/.54918 TRV, .23/.31 BS

2005 .00918 SB/2

2006 CUT Post

2006 PS, .0799 BS


Terron Armstead
2013 4/2.867436 TRV, .405/.525/.615/.705 BS

2013 .617436 SB/4


Pat Yasinskas, ESPN: Armstead signed a four-year deal that averages $716,859. He received a $617,436 signing bonus.
Matt Armstrong
2014 .42/.51/.6 BS

2014 .0075 SB/3

2014 CUT Post
Stanley Arnoux
2009 4/2.221744 TRV, .31/.395/.48/.565 BS

2009 .471744 SB/4

2009 IR, .2175 BS (Achilles)
Adrian Arrington
2008 3/1.183375 TRV, .295/.385/.47 BS

2008 .033375 SB/3

2008 IR, .2 BS

2009 CUT Post

2009 PS, .0884 BS

2009 Activated after week 19, .31/.32/.405 BS

2010 CUT Post week 3

2010 PS, .0884 BS


KC Asiodu
2010 .395 BS

2010 CUT Post week 1


Remi Ayodele
2008 PS, .102 BS

2008 Activated after week 4, .37/.46 BS

2008 CUT Post week 10 (paid through week 11)

2008 PS after week 11, .102 BS

2008 Activated after week 15, .37/.46 BS

2010 1.101 RFA tender


Champ Bailey
2014 2/3.75 TRV, 6.75 TRMV, 1/1.5 BS

2014 .5 SB/2

2014 CUT Post

2014 .25 LTBE RB (6 games active, not earned)

2014 1.2 NLTBE (PT)

2014-2015 .15 NLTBE (ints)

2014-2015 .15 NLTBE (Pro Bowl)

2015 .25 RB

2015 .25 RB (53-man week 1)

2015 1.2 esc possible


Mike Florio, PFT: the future Hall of Famer received $500,000 in guaranteed money as part of his two-year deal with the Saints. Initially reported as being worth “up to” $7 million, the contract pays out a base amount of $1.75 million in 2014 and $2 million in 2015, for a base value of $3.75 million. To get the base amount in 2014, Bailey must be on the game-day roster for six or more games. If he is, he gets $250,000. If not, he will have made $1.5 million in 2014. In 2015, the Saints owe a $250,000 roster bonus on the fifth day of the league year. Bailey gets another $250,000 if he’s on the 53-man roster for the first game of the 2015 season. The base salary is $1.5 million. The deal also contains $150,000 in incentives per year based on interceptions, and $150,000 per year for Pro Bowl. He can make $1.2 million in 2014 or 2015 for playing time, and the deal includes a $1.2 million playing-time escalator for 2015. If the NFLPA numbers are right, that’s a maximum value of $6.75 million…
Edwin Baker
2014 PS after week 2, .1071 BS

2014 Activated after week 7, .495 BS

2014 CUT Post week 11

2014 PS, .1071 BS

2014 1/.585 TRV, .585 BS
Marcus Ball
2014 .42/.51/.6 BS

2014 .006 SB/3


Chris Barclay
2007 No SB/2 after week 16, .285/.37 BS

2008 CUT Post


Darian Barnes
2008 No SB/1 after week 11, .605 BS (.445 MSB)

2008 CUT Post week 16

2009 1/.745 TRV, .745 BS (.46 MSB)

2009 CUT Post


Tommy Barnhardt
1993 3/1.8 TRV, .5/?/? BS

1993 .15 SB/3

1994 CUT Post

1994 1/.45 TRV, .45 BS?

1999 3/? TRV, .4/?/? BS

1999 .1 SB/3

1999 CUT Pre
Alex Barron
Pat Yasinskas, ESPN: Barron’s deal, which was for $685,000, was structured with a split salary, meaning his salary and cap hit drop dramatically if he’s placed on injured reserved or waived while injured. Barron currently is on the injured-reserve list and his cap figure has dropped to $228,000.
Nick Becton
2014 No SB/2 after week 9, .495/.585 BS (off NYG PS)
Joique Bell
2010 .06 SB/3 after week 17, .32/.405/.49 BS

2011 CBA increase BS to .45

2011 CUT Post week 2

2011 PS, .17 BS

2011 Signed by DET after week 16
Mike Bell
2008 No SB/2 after week 11, .445/.535 BS

2010 1.176 RFA tender

2010 Signed to offer sheet by PHI, not matched
Jay Bellamy
2001 4/4.4 TV, .5/.7/.8/1 BS

2001 .6 SB/4

2002 .2 RB

2003-2004 .3 RB

2005 3/3.6 TRV, .8/.85/1 BS

2005 .75 SB/3

2005 .075 RB/WO

2006 .05 RB/WO

2006 CUT Post

2006 No SB/1 after week 5, .85 BS, 7.7 dummy LTBE

2007 1/.86 TRV, .82 BS (.435 MSB)

2007 .04 RB

2007 CUT Post week 3

2007 No SB/1 after week 3, .82 BS (.435 MSB)


Jeff Duncan, Times-Picayune: Bellamy's four-year, $4.4 million deal includes a $600,000 signing bonus. He'll earn base salaries of $500,000 this season, $700,000 in 2002, $800,000 in 2003 and $1 million in 2004.
Jacob Bender
2010 PS after week 1, .0884 BS

2010 CUT Post week 3


Michael Bennett
2006 2/3 TRV, .7/1.2 BS

2006 1 SB/2

2007-2007 .05 RB/WO

2006 Traded to KC Post


LeCharles Bentley
2002 4/2.91 TRV, .225/.3/.38/.455 BS

2002 1.55 SB/4


Mark Eckel, Times of Trenton: Bentley, a 2002 second-round pick (No. 44 overall) of New Orleans, just completed a four-year deal with the Saints that paid him a total of just around $3 million and included a $1.55 million signing bonus.
Mitch Berger
2003 5/4.21 TRV, .6675/.6675/.77/.77/.77 BS

2003 .45 SB/5

2003 .081 WO/RB

2004 .095 WO/RB

2005-2006 .125 WO/RB

2006 CBA increase BS to .81

2006 IR

2007 CUT Pre


Ladell Betts
2010 1/.755 TRV, 1 TRMV, .755 BS

2010 CUT Post

2010 No SB/1 after week 2, .755 BS
Pat Yasinkas, ESPN: His one-year contract is for $755,000, but he could earn up to $1 million if he reaches certain incentives.
Montez Billings
2010 PS, .0884 BS

2010 CUT Post week 3 (paid through week 4?)

2010 PS after week 5

2010 CUT Post week 5 (paid through week 6?)


Nathan Black
2004 PS, .07395 BS

2004 CUT Post week 13


Jeff Blake
2000 4/17.4 TRV, .44/2.5/2.75/3.3 BS

2000 5 SB/4

2001 2 SB/3 CONV

2002 CUT Pre

2002 1.25 RB (not paid)
Pete Prisco, CBS Sportsline: The 31-year-old Blake has a cap figure of $6.166 million in 2002, which is why the Saints want to trade him. They would save about $2 million by trading him. He is also due a roster bonus of $1.25 million on March 2.
Colby Bockwoldt
2004 3/.94585 TRV, .23/.305/.385 BS

2004.02585 SB/3

2006 CUT Post (claimed by TEN)
Jason Boone
2008 3/1.16 TRV, .295/.385/.475 BS

2008 .005 SB/3

2008 CUT Post?
Chris Bordano
1998 3/.598 TRV, .144/.18/.216 BS

1998 .058 SB/3

1999 CBA increase BS to .25/.358

2000 Traded to DAL (for Kevin Mathis)


Kirk Botkin
1994 No SB/1 after week 4, .108 BS

1995 1/.149 TRV, .149 BS

1996 1/.196 TRV, .196 BS

1996 CUT Post (claimed by PIT)


Todd Bouman
2003 Acquired from MIN (for 6th)

2003 1/1 TRV, .975 BS

2003 .025 WO

2004 3/3.805 TRV, .725/.75/.7

2004 1.255 SB/3

2004 1.35 NLTBE

2004-2006 .025 WO

2005-2006 .075 LTBE

2005-2006 1.275 NLTBE

2006 CBA increase BS to .71

2006 .3 RB

2006 CUT Post


Bill Williamson, St. Paul Pioneer Press: the New Orleans Saints and agents for Bouman, who will back up Aaron Brooks, agreed to a new contract for this season, the final year of a three-year contract Bouman signed with the Vikings in 2001.Bouman, 30, will earn $1 million from the Saints for the 2003 season, a reduction from the $1.8 million he would have made with the Vikings. That includes a $1 million roster bonus he was due April 1. The teams agreed to the trade Wednesday contingent on the Saints redoing the contract. The Vikings, who likely were going to release Bouman before his roster bonus was due, will receive a sixth-round pick in return.
McKinley Boykin
2007 PS, .0799 BS

2007 Activated after week 9, .285/.37 BS

2007 IR after week 14

2008 CUT Pre


Jamal Branch
2006 PS, .0799 BS

2006 Activated after week 15, .275/.285 BS

2007 CUT Post

2007 PS after week 5, .0799 BS

2007 Activated after week 12, .285/.37 BS

2007 CUT Post week 13 (paid through week 15?)

2007 PS after week 13, .0799 BS

2007 Activated after week 14, .285/.37 BS

2007 IR after week 16

2008 CUT Post


Delvin Breaux
2014 3/1.587 TRV, .435/.525/.615 BS

2014 .012 BS

2014 .138 BS guaranteed
Evan Woodbury, Times-Picayune: His base salary is $435,000 in 2015, $525,000 in 2016 and $615,000 in 2017. A portion of his 2015 salary -- $138,000, according to a league source -- is guaranteed even if he's released by the team. Breaux, who joined the Saints after two years in the Canadian Football League, also received a $12,000 signing bonus.
Drew Brees
2006 6/60 TRV, 1.9/2.8/4.8/9.8/9.8/9.8 BS

2006 8 SB/6/5

2006 12 OB/6/5

2006 .1 WO

2007-2011 .2 WO

2009 BS lowered to 4.4875/6.498/7.3935/9.29/10.98 after week 1 (equiv 4.8)

2009 5.001 SB/5 CONV

2009 3.301 OB/5 CONV

2011 2.4065 OB/3 CONV

2012-2013 VOID (into 2011?)

2012 16.371 Franchise tag (exclusive)

2012 5/100 TRV, 3/9.75/10.75/18.75/19.75 BS

2012 37 SB/5

2013-2016 .25 WO


Bob McGinn, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Brees is coming off major surgery on his right shoulder but that didn't stop the Saints from lavishing him with a six-year, $60 million deal ($8 million signing bonus, $12 million option bonus).
Andrew Brandt, NFP: Brees, ever the helpful teammate, converted more than half his $9.8M salary this year into a signing bonus, giving the cap-needy Saints $3.4M in cap room. This restructure, however, did not affect the remaining three years of the deal, as Brees is under contract through 2011
Pat Yasinksas, ESPN: Drew Brees and Jahri Evans each are scheduled to receive $200,000 [workout] bonuses [in 2011]
Aaron Wilson, Scout.com: The New Orleans Saints' $1.656 million in salary-cap room includes a $16.371 million cap figure for QB Drew Brees…
Mike Florio, PFT: Brees, per a source with knowledge of the deal, will receive a $37 million signing bonus and a $3 million base salary in 2012. The full signing bonus will be paid out within the next six months. The $40 million paid in 2012 is fully guaranteed. For now, $20 million beyond 2012 is guaranteed for injury only. Next year, on the third day of the waiver period (typically, the third day after the Super Bowl), $15 million of the injury guarantee becomes fully guaranteed. The extra $5 million remains guaranteed for injury only. In 2015, again on the third day of the waiver period, more than half of his $19 million base salary becomes fully guaranteed. Ditto for 2016; on the third day of the waiver period, more than half of the $20 million base salary becomes fully guaranteed… In all, he’ll receive $40 million this year, $10 million in 2013, $11 million in 2014, $19 million in 2015, and $20 million in 2016.
Mike Brewster
2014 PS after week 16, .1071 BS

2015 1/.585 TRV, .585 BS


Doug Brien
1995 No SB/2 after week 9, .35/.325 BS

1996 .025 RepB

1997 .361 RFA tender

1997 .025 RepB

1997 4/2.02 TRV ext, .3/.4/.5/.57 BS

1997 .7 special teams LTBE

1999-2000 .075 RB

2001 CUT Pre

2001 .1 RB (not paid)
Times-Picayune: the two-year, $700,000 contract calls for annual base salaries of $350,000 and $325,000, plus a $25,000 reporting bonus in 1996.
Aaron Brooks
2000 Acquired from GB

2000 .275/.389/.45 BS

2001 .01 LTBE (pass yards)

2002 .04 LTBE (pass yards)

2002 6/36 TRV, 39.5 TRMV, .75/1.5/2.75/5.5/6.25/7.25 BS

2002 5 SB/6

2003 5.75 OB/5

2003-2007 .25 WO

2004 BS escalated to 3.25

2004 1 NLTBE

2006 CUT Pre
John Clayton, ESPN: The New Orleans Saints stepped up Friday and gave quarterback Aaron Brooks a six-year, $36 million contract extension. The deal included a $5 million signing bonus… Included in the Brooks deal is a $5.75 million option bonus in 2003.
Derrius Brooks
2014 .42/.51 BS

2014 .006 SB/2

2014 CUT Post
Aaron Brown
2007 PS after week 16, .0799 BS
Alex Brown
2010 2/5.5 TRV, 1/3 BS

2010 1.5 RB


Brad Biggs, Chicago Tribune: The contract is worth $5.5 million
Brian Allee-Walsh, NewOrleans.com: Brown inked a two-year, $5.5M contract that includes base salaries of $1M and $3M and a $1.5M signing bonus.
Charles Brown
2010 4/3.1 TRV, .32/.405/.49/.575 BS

2010 1 SB/4

2011-2013 .31 one-time NTLBE RB
Brian McIntyre, MacsFootballBlog.com: 4-years, $3.1M ($1.31M guaranteed)
Aaron Wilson, NFP: Saints second-round offensive tackle Charles Brown's deal includes a $1 million signing bonus, per a league source.
Pat Yasinskas, ESPN: Brown has a $450,000 base salary and a $310,000 roster bonus.
Darrick Brown
2009 PS after week 15, .0884 BS
Derek Brown
1993 .1/.125/.1875 BS?

1993 .105 SB/3?

1993 .025 RepB?

1994 CBA increase BS to .135?

1994 .03125 RepB/RB?

1996 .361 RFA tender

1997 1/.25 TRV, .2 BS

1997 .05 SB/1?

1998 .01 SB/1?

1998 CUT Post


Mike Strom, Times-Picayune: Brown, the team's second selection in the fourth round, signed a three-year contract. He received a $130,000 signing bonus.
Fakhir Brown
2002 2/.8325 TRV, .375/.45 BS

2002 CUT Post week 1

2002 No SB/2 after week 1, .375/.45 BS

2004 2/1.375 TRV, 2 TRMV, .535/.54 BS

2004 .3 SB/2

2004 .05 NLTBE (PT)

2005 .075 LTBE (PT)

2005 .5 esc possible


Jammal Brown
2005 5/11.0375 TRV, 14.5 TRMV, .23/.3475/.4225/.7525/1.015/2.8725/3.24 BS

2005 1.24 RB

2005 .1 NLTBE (RotY)

2006 5.96 OB/6/5

2006 CBA increase BS to .35/.435

2007 .99 OB/5

2007 2009 BS escalated to 2.465

2009 BS escalated to 3.29

2009 IR after week 3

2009 VOID 2010-2011

.08 PTI (earned in 2005)

2010 3.619 RFA tender (1st & 3rd)

2010 Traded to WAS (for 2011 pick)
Mike Florio, PFT: A league source tells us that the New Orleans Saints have signed first-round offensive tackle Jammal Brown to a five-year deal worth up to $11 million. Brown will receive $8.5 million in first year compensation via option boni worth $6.95 million, a 2005 roster bonus of $1.24 million, and a one-time bonus of $80,000.  Year five contains a $3.5 million escalator.
Michael David Smith, PFT: The Redskins will send either their third-round pick or their fourth-round pick to Philly in 2011 to finalize the McNabb trade, based on whether certain triggers are met in 2010. Whichever of those picks the Redskins don't send to the Eagles, they'll send to the Saints. In return, the Saints will send the Redskins either their 2011 fifth-round pick (if they get the Redskins' third-round pick) or their 2011 sixth- or seventh-round pick (if they get the Redskins' fourth-round pick). There's also a chance of a 2012 sixth-round pick coming into play, if Brown plays 90 percent of the snaps or makes the Pro Bowl.
Brandon Browner
2015 3/15 TRV, 16 TRMV, 1.1/2.75/2.75 BS

2015 3.9 SB/3

2015-2016 BS guaranteed

2015 .375 NLTBE (PT)

2015 .125 NLTBE (Pro Bowl)

2016-2017 .75 RB

2016-2017 .046875 RB/game active (equiv .75)

2016-2017 .046875 RB/game on 53-man (equiv .75)

2017 .375 NLTBE (PT)

2017 .125 NLTBE (Pro Bowl)


Mike Triplett, ESPN: The Saints signed Browner to a three-year, $15 million contract that comes with a 2015 cap cost of just $2.4 million. The deal includes $7.75 in fully-guaranteed money, including a $3.9 million signing bonus and fully guaranteed base salaries of $1.1 million in 2015 and $2.75 million in 2016. But the contract also includes more playing-time incentives than most deals. If Browner is active for all 16 games, he’ll earn exactly $5 million in each of his three seasons. He has base salaries of $2.75 million in both 2016 and 2017, plus $750,000 roster bonuses due in March in each of those years. Then he can earn up to $750,000 more each year in weekly bonuses for being on the 53-man roster – plus another $750,000 each year in weekly bonuses for being on the active 46-man roster. The deal also includes up to $500,000 in “not likely to be earned” bonuses in both 2015 and 2017 based on playing time and making the Pro Bowl – which could bump the total value up to $16 million over three years, if reached.
Nick Underhill, The Advocate: The deal also contains $375,000 in playtime incentives in 2015 and 2017 and a $125,000 Pro Bowl in 2015 and 2017. Both of these are listed as “not likely to be earned” incentives. His cap hits in each of the three years are $2.4 million, $6.3 million, and $6.3 million, respectively.
Mark Brunell
2008 2/3.6 TRV, 9 TRMV, 1/1.1 BS

2008 .5 SB/2

2008 .545 RB/WO/LTBE

2008-2009 2.7 NLTBE

2009 .455 RB/WO
Tony Bryant
2004 1/.585 TRV, .535 BS

2004 .05 RB/WO

2005 2/1.5 TRV, .54/.6 BS

2005 .25 SB/2

2005 .025 WO

2006 .085 RB/WO?

2006 CUT Post
Mike Buck
1993 3/2.7 TRV, .85/.775/.7 BS

1993 .375 SB/3

1994 CUT Post
John DeShazier, Times-Picayune: Buck signed a three-year, $2.7 million contract with a $375,000 signing bonus in 1993. He earned $1.225 million last year and is scheduled to earn base salaries of $775,000 this season and $700,000 next season. With his signing bonus prorated, his salary will count $900,000 toward the salary cap this season and $825,000 next year.
Vince Buck
1992 .57/.365/.375 BS?

1994 .05 RB/LTBE?

1994 4/5 TRV ext, .8/.925/.9/.875 BS

1994 1 SB/5

1995 .1 RepB

1996 CUT Post

1996-1997 .125 RepB (not paid)

1998 .15 RepB (not paid)


Times-Picayune: He earned $400,700 in salary and bonus in 1994 in the final year of a three-year, $1.3 million contract.
John DeShazier, Times-Picayune: Buck was scheduled to count $1.25 million (a $925,000 base salary, $125,000 reporting bonus and $200,000 in prorated signing bonus) toward the salary cap this season… By releasing him now, the Saints pick up $1.050 million (Buck's $925,000 salary and $125,000 reporting bonus) this year. Next year, the remainder of his prorated signing bonus ($400,000) will be applied to the salary cap. Buck had completed the first year of a four-year, $5 million deal. Last year, he received a $1 million signing bonus, $800,000 salary and $100,000 reporting bonus. He was scheduled to earn a $900,000 base salary and $125,000 reporting bonus in 1997 and a $875,000 base salary and $150,000 reporting bonus in 1998.
Josh Bullocks
2005 4/3.365 TRV, 1.98 bonuses, .23/.31/.385/.46/.545 BS

2005 .75 SB/5

2005 .22 RB

2006 1.01 OB/4

2006 CBA increase BS to .35/.435/.52

2008 VOID 2009 (.019331 into 2008, .367969 into 2009)


John Clayton, ESPN: the four-year contract signed by New Orleans Saints rookie S Josh Bullocks contained $1.98 million in guarantees.
Brodrick Bunkley
2012 5/22.5 TRV, .7/3.7/4.4/4.4/4.4 BS

2012 4.5 SB/5

2013 2.85 SB/4 CONV

2013 .1 WO

2014 BS reduced to 1.3

2014 .3 RB added

2014 .05 WO (reduced from .1)

2014 .35 esc possible

2015 BS reduced to 1.25

2015 .25 RB added

2015 .05 WO (reduced from .1)

2015 .25 BS guarantee added

2015 .45 esc possible

2016 .1 WO

2016 .8 esc possible
Pat Yasinskas, ESPN: The deal averages $4.5 million a season and includes a $4.5 million signing bonus … Bunkley helped the Saints out by accepting a base salary of $700,000 this year and spreading out large chunks of money over the rest of the contract. In 2013, Bunkley has a $3.7 million base salary that’s fully guaranteed. In 2014, Bunkley’s salary jumps to $4.4 million and it stays there for the final two years of the deal. Bunkley also has a $100,000 workout bonus each year, starting in 2013. He also has escalator clauses that could drive up his base salary in any season, starting next year.
Mike Triplett, Times-Picayune: Bunkley's new deal drops his cap number to $2.5 million in 2013. Bunkley was slated to make $3.7 million in base salary. The Saints cut his base salary to $750,000 and turned the other $3 million into signing bonus that will be spread through the next four seasons.
Aaron Wilson, NFP: It amounted to a $2.85 million paycut for Bunkley. Bunkley restructured his deal on Monday, receiving $300,000 guaranteed in a roster bonus due Thursday as his base salary for this year was lowered from $4.4 million to $1.3 million with his salary-cap figure down to $3.62 million for 2014. There's up to $350,000 in an escalator clause this year. In 2015, he's still due a $4.4 million base salary with a $6.112 million salary-cap figure and a $100,000 workout bonus and up to $450,000 in an escalator clause. In 2016, he has a $4.4 million base salary, a $100,000 workout bonus and up to $800,000 in an escalator clause.

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