“SHOW ME THE MONEY!”

Posted: July 31, 2010 by NattieLiz in NFL, Uncategorized
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Let’s take a look at what some of the most anticipated NFL Rookies signed this week and for how much! because this year it was record-breaking!!!

11. Toby Gerhart: $3.767 million over 4 years with the Vikings, with $1.9 guarenteed.

10. Jahvid Best: $9.8 million over 5 years with the Detroit Lions

9. Tim Tebow: $11.25 million over 5 years with the Denver Broncos, with $8.7 guarenteed. Over the 5 years Tebow could earn up to $33 million.

8. Dez Bryant: $11.8 million over 5 years with the Dallas Cowboys, with $8.5 million guaranteed.

7. Kareem Jackson: $13.1 million over 4 years with the Houston Texans, with 10.3 guarenteed.

6. Sean Weatherspoon: $17.8 million over 5 years with the Atlanta Falcons, with 10.5 guarenteed. He was the 19th pick over all in the NFL draft.

5. Anthony Davis: $26.5 million over 5 years with the San Fransisco 49ers, with $16 million guaranteed.

4. Rolondo McClain: $40 Million over 5 years with the Raiders, with $23 million guaranteed.

3. Eric Berry: $60 million over 6 years with the Chiefs. #5 over all draft pick, now the highest paid safety in NFL history.

2. Trent Williams: $60 million over 6 years with the Redskins, with a 36.5 guarenteed. #4 over all draft pick

1. Sam Bradford: $78 million over 6 years with the Rams, with $50 million guaranteed. This is the most money guaranteed in NFL history. He could max out this contract at $86 million dollars. Mind you, he hasn’t even had one preseason throw.

3 Big Anticipated Negotiations:

Ndamukong Suh — arguably the best player in the 2010 draft– has yet to seal a deal with the Lions

Joe Haden, the no. 7 over all draft pick, is still negotiating his deal with the Cleveland Browns.

CJ Spiller-who was picked 9th over all-hasn’t finalized things with the Bills, and reportedly told Sporting News, “I let my agent handle all of that. We’re not going to rush.We’re going to make sure we cross our T’s and dot our I’s, however long the process takes. I just have to be patient.”

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