Contract breakdowns for latest signings

March, 24, 2014
Mar 24
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The last two contractual moves the Green Bay Packers made came last week with the signings of running back James Starks and defensive tackle Letroy Guion.

We now have the details of those contracts, thanks to ESPN Stats & Information.

Starks' deal was for two years and $3.165 million. He likely will have a similar role to last season, when he served as Eddie Lacy's primary backup.

Guion, who was released by the Minnesota Vikings, signed a one-year, $985,000 deal. He would be a rotational defensive lineman if he makes the team.

Here's a breakdown of their contracts:

James Starks

2014
  • Cash value: $1,732,813
  • Salary-cap charge: $1,370,313
  • Signing bonus: $725,000
  • Base salary: $750,000
  • Workout bonus: $75,000
  • Roster bonus: Up to $182,813 ($11,426 per game on the active roster).
2015
  • Cash value: $1,432,813
  • Salary-cap charge: $1,795,313
  • Base salary: $1.175 million
  • Workout bonus: $75,000
  • Roster bonus: Up to $182,813 ($11,426 per game on the active roster).
Letroy Guion

2014
  • Cash value: $985,000
  • Salary-cap charge: $985,000
  • Signing bonus: $100,000
  • Base salary: $730,000
  • Workout bonus: $50,000
  • Roster bonus: Up to $105,000 ($6,563 per game on the active roster).

Rob Demovsky

ESPN Green Bay Packers reporter

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