- Eric D. Williams, ESPN Staff Writer
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According to Wilson, Stuckey is scheduled to make base salaries of $730,000 in 2014, $1 million in 2015, $1.235 million in 2016 and $2.9 million in the final year of the deal.
That’s pretty good money for a core special-teams player. For comparison, the Philadelphia Eagles reportedly signed Seattle Seahawks core special-teams player safety Chris Maragos to a three-year, $4 million deal that includes $1 million in guaranteed money.
Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun reports that safety Darrell Stuckey signed a four-year, $7.6 million deal to stay with the San Diego Chargers, including $1.