Well, that contract has been filed with the NFLPA. The details are below.
Graham will be paid an average of $4.075 million per season, which is currently 22nd among NFL cornerbacks, although that number could fluctuate as free agency progresses. Graham will be paid $8.1 million in guaranteed money, which ranks 24th among NFL cornerbacks.
Graham's APY is still less than Leodis McKelvin, who receives an average of $4.25 million per season after signing a four-year deal last spring. McKelvin and Graham could compete for a starting spot alongside Stephon Gilmore this season. The loser might be a backup.
If so, would Graham or McKelvin be overpaid? What's your take?