Contract Details: Trubisky, Andrews, Carson, Jones, Reiff, Joyner

Let’s catch up on the latest contract details from around the league:

  • QB Mitchell TrubiskyBills: One-year, $2MM base salary with $1.5MM guaranteed, $500K signing bonus, and $2MM available in incentives. Via Field Yates of ESPN on Twitter.
  • C David Andrews, Patriots: Four-years, $19 MM, with $6.5MM fully guaranteed. More money available in play-time incentives. Via Tom Pelissero of NFL Network on Twitter.
  • RB Chris CarsonSeahawks: Two-years, $10.425MM, $4.5MM signing bonus and $1MM guaranteed salary for 2021. $4.5MM non-guaranteed 2022 salary and $450K in per-game roster bonuses in ‘22. Up to $1.4MM in incentives in both years. Via Dan Graziano of ESPN on Twitter.
  • RB Aaron JonesPackers: Four-years, $48MM. The $13MM signing bonus is the only fully guaranteed money in the contract. A $3.5MM roster bonus is due on the first day of next league year. For 2023, a $7MM roster bonus is due on the third day of the league year. You can read the full breakdown of each year of the contract via Mike Florio of
  • OL Riley ReiffBengals: One-year, $7.5MM. $5.5MM guaranteed. We hadn’t known the terms of this contract yet, and $7.5MM is a pretty decent price for the Bengals for a solid starting tackle. Via Yates on Twitter.
  • S Lamarcus JoynerJets: One-year, up to $4.5MM. $2.5MM is guaranteed, with a $1MM signing bonus and $1.5MM base salary. Up to $500K in per game active roster bonuses and $1.5MM in playing time and interception incentives. Via Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle on Twitter.
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  1. Simmons>Russ

    Tribisky should’ve signed with Patriots at that price. Could throw a better balm than Cam and has more upside and less injury history

    • Sherminator

      Perhaps he signed with the Bills based on the development of Josh Allen. He has a chance to revive his career with the right coaching and Daboll’s team has shown they can help.

      • crosseyedlemon

        Josh Allen will probably be a fixture in Buffalo for the next decade so there’s no chance for advancement there.

        • Sherminator

          Agree, no chance for advancement, but he will get to work with coaches who may be able to fix some of his issues and build confidence. And as the backup, chances are good he will have an opportunity at some point to play as did last year’s backup

  2. kyle-22

    Are we not going to take about the Bargain of a counteract david Andrews signed….

  3. driftcat28

    David Andrews was a steal at that price. When 4 years was reported I assumed itd be in the 40-50MM range

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