According to McIntyre, Scandrick’s 2013 base salary and cap hit remained unchanged, but his 2014 base salary will now be increased by $1 million to $4.5 million and is fully guaranteed. Moving forward, his 2015 base salary is now $1.5 million with $3 million base salaries from 2016-2018. Although his 2017-18 salaries are non-guaranteed.
Scandrick, 26, was actually able to force former first-round pick Morris Claiborne to the bench this season and is currently the No. 19 cornerback in terms of coverage, according to Pro Football Focus.