NFC West Notes: Cardinals, 49ers, Rams



  • 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. 
  • Nick Wagoner has the breakdown for 49ers RB Jerick McKinnon‘s new restructured contract.
  • 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)
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