Redskins contract breakdowns

March, 12, 2014
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The Washington Redskins did not make splashy signings, but they weren't inactive, either. It just felt that way to some. Anyway, it's always good to know how contracts break down because it gives you a truer sense of that particular signing. With that said, here's a breakdown courtesy of ESPN Stats & Information of four of the contracts Washington issued Tuesday. All I know about Santana Moss' deal is that it's for one season.



Andre Roberts

2014
Base salary: $1.25 million (fully guaranteed)
Cap hit: $2.25 million

2015
Base salary: $2.75 million (fully guaranteed 15 days after the start of the league year)
Cap hit: $3.75 million

2016
Base salary: $4 million
Cap hit: $5 million

2017
Base salary: $4 million
Cap hit: $5 million



Perry Riley


2014
Base salary: $2 million (fully guaranteed)
Cap hit: $3 million

2015
Base salary: $3 million
Cap hit: $4 million

2016
Base salary: $4 million
Cap hit: $5 million
Note: Riley will receive a $250,000 bonus for making the Pro Bowl in any of these years.



Adam Hayward

2014
Base salary: $855,000 ($200,000 is fully guaranteed)
Cap hit: $955,000

2015
Base salary: $870,000
Cap hit: $1 million
Note: He receives a roster bonus of $1,875 every game he's active with a maximum value of $30,000.

2016
Base salary: $885,000
Cap hit: $1.045 million
Note: He receives a roster bonus of $3,750 per game if he's active with a maximum value of $60,000



Shawn Lauvao

2014
Base salary: $2 million ($1 million is fully guaranteed)
Cap hit: $3 million

2015
Base salary: $3 million
Cap hit: $4 million

2016
Base salary: $4 million
Cap hit: $5 million

2017
Base salary: $4 million
Cap hit: $5 million

Note: With his $4 million bonus, he received $5 million of guaranteed money.

John Keim

ESPN Washington Redskins reporter

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