According to Corry, Quinn’s average salary will be $14,253,724 over the course of the extension. In terms of new money, Quinn will receive $57,014,895 in total and $41,171,774 in guarantees.
- The contract includes $15,618,583 fully guaranteed at signing and a signing bonus of $4,776,774.
- He stands to make $31,473,906 over the first three years of the contract.
- 2014: $608,608
- 2015: $5,555,555 (fully guaranteed on the fifth day of the league year)
- 2016: $7,777,777 (fully guaranteed on the fifth day of the league year)
- 2017: $6,161,616 (fully guaranteed on the fifth day of the league year)
- 2018: $10,333,301 (not guaranteed)
- 2019: $11,811,121 (not guaranteed)
- 2015: $10,233,201 (third day of the 2015 league year)
- 2016: $2,424,242 (third day of the 2016 league year)
- 2017: $3,633,363 (third day of the 2017 league year)
- 2018: $1,111,111 (third day of the 2018 league year, not guaranteed)
- 2019: $1,121,211 (third day of the 2019 league year, not guaranteed)
- 2014: $3,007,958
- 2015: $16,744,111
- 2016: $11,157,374
- 2017: $10,750,334
- 2018: $12,399,767
- 2019: $12,932,332
According to Corry, this contract will make Quinn the third highest paid defensive end in the NFL behind only J.J. Watt and Mario Williams.
Corry mentions that there is a chance that Quinn could be in line for another large contract given that he’ll be 29 years old by the end of this deal.
Quinn, 24, is coming off of an extremely impressive season in which he totaled 57 tackles, 19 sacks, seven forced fumbles, two recoveries and a defensive touchdown. Pro Football Focus rated him as the No. 1 defensive end in a 3-4 system by a huge margin.