Contract Details: Funchess, Packers, Bell, Bengals, Vigil, Chargers

A few more recent contract figures to pass along:

  • Devin Funchess, WR (Packers): One year, $2.5MM. The $2.5MM is a far cry from the one-year, $10MM deal he got from the Colts last offseason. He got a $1MM signing bonus, $1.2MM base salary, and an extra couple hundred thousand in workout and roster bonuses. He has another $3.75MM in incentives available (via Tom Pelissero of NFL Network).
  • Vonn Bell, S (Bengals): Three years, $18MM. Bell got a $3MM signing bonus, with a $3MM base salary in 2020 and $1MM reporting bonus. He has base salaries of $4.1MM and $6.1MM in 2021 and 2022 respectively, with $400K in roster and workout bonuses in each of those years (via Albert Breer of SI.com).
  • Nick Vigil, LB (Chargers): One year, $2.4MM. Vigil had to settle for a prove-it deal despite starting 16 games for the Bengals last year. He got a $500K signing bonus, $1.9MM base salary, and can earn an additional $600K in playing-time incentives.

 

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6 comments on “Contract Details: Funchess, Packers, Bell, Bengals, Vigil, Chargers

  1. Kk3445

    Funchess could be a sneaky good pickup for the Packers if he can stay healthy.

    • lucienbel
      lucienbel

      Great pick up at the price. Lots to potentially gain if he’s in good form and paid nothing on today’s market for him. That’s a great deal.

    • He’s never been an above average NFL football player when healthy, which in recent years has been rare.

      • brewcrew08

        Before his injury last year he played 30 total games the two years before. He averaged 50 catches, 700 yards and 6 TD. How is that not above average? Not to mention if he hits those averages the Packers only pay him 6.25M. If he doesn’t they pay him around 3M.

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