Philadelphia Eagles All-Pro offensive tackle Jason Peters' $48.3 million contract includes $19.55 million guaranteed with a $5 million signing bonus, according to a league source.
The four-year extension includes a first-year salary-cap figure of $8.292 million and a base salary of $1.75 million, fully guaranteed.
He gets a $5 million roster bonus on the 15th day of the league year.
In 2015, he has a $6.8 million base salary. It's guaranteed for injury at signing and guaranteed for $4 million skill and injury at the time of signing and the additional $2.8 million fully guaranteed if he's on the roster on the fifth day of the league year. His salary-cap figure fo 2015 is $8.55 million.
In 2015, he has a $500,000 roster bonus paid $31,250 per game active and a $250,000 workout bonus and a $500,000 Pro Bowl escalator.
In 2016, he has a $9.3 million salary-cap figure and a $7.55 million base salary with $1 million guaranteed for injury only at the time of signing and guaranteed for skill and cap if he's on the roster on the fifth day of the 2016 league year.
He has the same $500,000 roster bonus paid $31,250 per game, a $250,000 workout bonus and the $500,000 Pro Bowl escalator clause.
In 2017, Peters' cap figure is $11.2 million with a base salary of $9.95 million nonguaranteed.
He has a $250,000 workout bonus and a $500,000 Pro Bowl escalator plus a $500,000 All-NFL escalator.
In 2018, he has an $11.25 million salary-cap figure and a $10 million nonguaranteed base salary.
He has a $250,000 workout bonus and $500,000 Pro Bowl and All-NFL escalator clauses.
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