According to a league source who has viewed the full contract, here are the details:
*The deal is four years and $68 million (average of $17 million).
*The full guarantee is $40 million.
*The signing bonus is $20 million.
*The three-year cash is $39,969,383.
*The salary cap hits … $7.5 million (2020), $5 million (2021), $21 million (2022), $18 million (2023) and $20 million (2024).
*Bolles’ 2021 base salary, although only $1 million, is already guaranteed.
*Bolles’ 2022 base salary is fully guaranteed by the fifth day of the ’21 league year (March).
*In 2023, $2 million of Bolles’ base salary is guaranteed for injury-only and the base salary is fully guaranteed by the fifth day of the ’23 league year.
These details should translate to the following contract table:Continue reading Garett Bolles Contract Extension Details
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The Broncos and Justin Simmons failed to come to agreement on a multiyear extension last offseason after Denver tendered $11.411 million for his services in 2020 on the franchise tag. What can be done to bridge the gap in 2021?Continue reading Examining A Possible Contract Extension For Justin Simmons
Garett Bolles has made the most of the final year of his rookie contract, the pending expiration made so after the Broncos declined his fifth year option. His OTC valuation has been one of the greatest deals at the position, coming in at well over $18 million over the season. What lies ahead for his contractual future with the Broncos?Continue reading Examining A Possible Contract Extension For Garett Bolles
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