Contract Details: Fitzgerald, Cardinals, Jags

Here are the contract details on some of the NFL’s latest deals:

  • Larry Fitzgerald‘s new deal with the Cardinals includes a base salary of $11M plus incentives, a source tells Field Yates of (on Twitter). The pact does not include a signing bonus, but he did manage to match his $11MM salary from 2018. That’s not a bad deal for the veteran wide receiver given his drop in production last season.
  • The Jaguars‘ three-year deal with safety Jarrod Wilson is worth $9MM, a source tells’s Ian Rapoport (Twitter link). The contract calls for a $1MM signing bonus, $1.5MM guaranteed, and up to $1.75MM in playtime incentives over the last two years of the deal. Prior to the new deal, he was slated to be a restricted free agent this offseason.
  • Seantrel Henderson‘s new one-year deal with the Texans can be worth up to $4.5MM, but much of that sum is tied to performance incentives, as Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle tweets. He’s set to earn a base salary of $1.5MM with $1MM guaranteed, plus a $500K roster bonus in April and a $500K bonus if he’s on the 46-man roster for at least 12 games. He’ll also see a $2MM roster bonus paid out at a rate of $125K for every game he’s on the 46-man roster.
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    • sufferfortribe

      And yet he made the choice to play there. Dang athletes, actually wanting to stay loyal to their team.

      • JJB0811

        If he was severely hurt, they wouldn’t have resigned him. Loyalty is based purely on ability to the eyes of the owners; just ask P Manning. One missed season & fired.

        • dcahen

          JKB0811 – you’re a moron, Peyton was in April, still totally unsure if he could ever play again; plus the Colts had the #1 pick & Andrew Luck sitting there. The 2011 season with backup Curtis Painter was a total bust, in fact, they had to start a journeyman back-up the last 3 games just to get a win. So..if in fact Peyton couldn’t play, & they counted on it & didn’t draft a QB, then what? And, Peyton was given the chance to stay & Luck would be back-up & Peyton said he couldn’t share reps with a developing QB because he needed all of them to come back. A little selfish maybe even!

    • crosseyedlemon

      Dick Butkus was the most dominating defensive player ever to play in the NFL. He never played in a single playoff game. Are you going to tell us his talent was wasted too? LOL.

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