Breaking down Lardarius Webb’s $50 million deal

Street Talk Breaking down Lardarius Webb’s $50 million deal

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OWINGS MILLS — Baltimore Ravens cornerback Lardarius Webb’s $50 million contract includes a $10 million signing bonus and a $5 million option bonus.

The option bonus is due in 2013.

He’ll make $18 million in the first two years of the deal, $25.5 million through the first three years, $33.5 million over four years and $41.5 million over five years.

Due a $615,000 base salary in 2012 after initially being scheduled to make $2.742 million through a first-round restricted free agent tender.

Webb’s $2.385 million contract is guaranteed for injury only in 2013. He has a $5.385 million salary-cap figure in 2013.

In 2014, his base salary rises to $7.5 million with $2.615 million of that number guaranteed for injury only. His salary-cap figure is $10.5 million.

In 2015, Webb is due an $8 million base salary and counts $11 million against the salary cap.

In 2016, Webb gets an $8 million base salary with an $11 million salary- cap figure.

In his 2017 option year, Webb gets an $8.5 million base salary and has a $9.5 million salary-cap figure.

 

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