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Full Details of Weston Richburg’s Contract

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Here are cap figures, bonuses, base salaries, and more.

NFL: New York Giants at Tampa Bay Buccaneers Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

The San Francisco 49ers signed former New York Giants center Weston Richburg Wednesday afternoon, potentially locking down the center posiiton for the foreseeable future. Richburg signed a five year contract worth up to $47.5 million. We’ve got the full details of his contract.

Richburg received a $9.3 million signing bonus, and is due a $4.2 million roster bonus on the 5th day of the new league year. His 2018 base salary ($3 million) is guaranteed at signing, and his 2019 base salary ($5.5 million) is guaranteed for injury. The 2019 base salary becomes fully guaranteed on April 1, 2019. Dinally his 2020 base salary ($6.5 million) is guaranteed for injury, and fully guaranteed on April 1, 2020.

Signing Bonus: $9.3 million

2018

Base Salary: $3 million
Roster Bonus: $4.2 million
Per Game Roster Bonus: $400,000 (Only four games at $25K a piece count against the cap — remaining is NLTBE)
Workout Bonus: $100,000
Prorated SB: $1.86 million
Cap Hit: $9.26 million

2019

Base Salary: $5.5 million
Per Game Roster Bonus: $400,000
Workout Bonus: $100,000
Prorated SB: $1.86 million
Cap Hit: $7.86 million

2020

Base Salary: $6.5 million
Per Game Roster Bonus: $400,000
Workout Bonus: $100,000
Prorated SB: $1.86 million
Cap Hit: $8.86 million

2021

Base Salary: $7.85 million
Per Game Roster Bonus: $400,000
Workout Bonus: $100,000
Prorated SB: $1.86 million
Cap Hit: $10.21 million

2022

Base Salary: $8.65 million
Per Game Roster Bonus: $400,000
Workout Bonus: $100,000
Prorated SB: $1.86 million
Cap Hit: $11.01 million