Kapadia mentions that Cox receives a one-year deal worth $855,000 that includes no money guaranteed. Cox would receive a $20,000 signing bonus from Seattle if he’s on their roster at the start of the regular season.
Should Cox suffer an injury before Week 1, Kapadia says that the Seahawks would owe him $443,000.
Cox’s contract is a minimum salary benefit deal that carries an initial cap hit is $680,000.
Cox, 29, is a former fifth-round pick of the Broncos back in 2010. He played briefly for the Broncos before signing on with the 49ers in 2012.
The Titans signed Cox to a three-year, $15 million contract back in March that included a $2.25 million signing bonus but unfortunately cut him loose back in November.
In 2016, Cox has appeared in 11 games and recorded 42 tackles, no sacks, three interceptions and 11 pass defenses for the Titans. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 118 cornerback out of 119 qualifying players.