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Full Quinton Dial contract extension details

We've got full details on Quinton Dial's three-year extension, including cap figures. Enjoy!

The San Francisco 49ers signed Quinton Dial to a three-year extension last week, and we now have the full details of his new contract. Dial was signed through 2016, and this extension was added on top of it. The total new money is $12.002 million, with the chance for incentives to push it up to $16 million. The incentives include sacks and other performance incentives, but we do not know the specifics on those other than it being up to $1.5 million each year, and for now being "Not Likely To Be Earned" incentives. If he reaches any of the thresholds in 2016, they became "Like To Be Earned" for 2017.

The deal includes $3,902,000 fully guaranteed. That covers his $3,227,000 signing bonus, and his 2016 base salary. The 2016 base salary is part of his rookie contract, and had not been fully guaranteed prior to this date. The deal includes an additional $1.4 million in a partial guarantee. That is from his 2017 base salary, which totals $1.5 million. I'm not sure why $100,000 is left off, but this guarantee is for injury, and becomes fully guaranteed if he is on the roster on April 1, 2017.

Here is a full rundown of the contract, including cap figures. The signing bonus prorates from 2016 to 2019, which equals $806,750 per year. The 2016 cap figure combines that with his $675,000 base salary, and the remaining $45,413 of prorated signing bonus money from his rookie contract.

Signing Bonus: $3,227,000


Base salary: $675,000 - fully guaranteed

Cap figure: $1,527,163


Base salary: $1,500,000 - $1.4 million guaranteed for injury, fully guaranteed on April 1, 2017
Roster bonus: $400,000
Workout bonus: $100,000

Cap figure: $2,806,750


Base salary: $2,400,000
Roster bonus: $400,000
Workout bonus: $100,000

Cap figure: $3,706,750


Base salary: $3,375,000
Roster bonus: $400,000
Workout bonus: $100,000

Cap figure: $4,681,750