According to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, Cardinals LB De’Vondre Campbell‘s deal is actually a one-year, $6 million deal despite being billed as a five-year, $10 million deal.
Campbell received a $5 million signing bonus with base salaries of $1 million in each year. However, only the first year is guaranteed, with 2021-2024 set to void five days after the Super Bowl next year.
The Athletic’s Matt Barrows says the reason the 49ers were involved in a potential deal for TE Austin Hooper before he signed with the Browns is that they’re looking to reduce TE George Kittle‘s snaps somewhat to manage his load.
49ers WR Kendrick Bourne is a candidate for a contract extension after the season begins, per Barrows.
According to Wagoner, it’s essentially a one-year deal with a base salary of $910,000 and a signing bonus of $4 million. McKinnon also receives per-game roster bonuses up to $250,000 ($15,625/game) and will carry a cap hit of $2.91 million for the 2020 season.
Rams DT Aaron Donald‘s $19.892 million 2021 base salary became fully guaranteed Friday. $10 million of that number is not subject to offsets. (Joel Corry)
Rams WR Brandin Cooks‘ $8 million 2020 base salary became fully guaranteed Friday. Cooks also received a $4 million roster bonus. (Corry)