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    [2023] Quarterback Contract Status

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    If something is incorrect it's because of your capsheet. Listed by total value of current contract (option years are listed as 1 year contracts for this purpose only). You are welcome to use this when thinking about re-signings going forward. Top QBs will always want to be paid the most.

     

    Aaron Shea (IND): 1st year of 5 years, 125 million (88% GTD)
    Erik Wegert (NYJ): 2nd year of 5 years, 125 million (82% GTD)
    Todd Lester (SF): 2nd year of 5 years, 120 million (82% GTD)
    Aaron Devereaux (NO): 2nd year of 5 years, 120 million (82% GTD)
    Brian Vardell (MIN): 3rd year of 5 years, 120 million (58% GTD)

    Brian Brown (MIA): 3rd year of 5 years, 120 million (87% GTD)
    Christian Skaggs (CAR): 5th year of 5 years, 112.5 million (67% GTD)

    Ryan Clark (CLE): 3rd year of 5 years, 110 million (65% GTD)
    Darrell Murphy (LAR): 4th year of 5 years, 107.5 million (50% GTD)
    Nick Hall (LV): 4th year of 5 years, 105 million (50% GTD)
    Allan Taylor (PHI): 5th year of 5 years, 102.5 million (50% GTD)
    Taylor Heiden (TB): 3rd year of 5 years, 75 million (UNKNOWN GTD DUE TO CAPSHEET)
    Thomas Wheeler (TEN): 3rd year of 3 years, 64.5 million (71% GTD)
    Joel King (CIN): 1st year of 3 years, 57 million (51% GTD)
    Norris Brooksheer (PIT): 2nd year of 3 years, 57 million (91% GTD)
    Jason Johnson (GB): 1st year of 3 years, 51 million (50% GTD)
    Todd Jennings (DEN): 2nd year of 3 years, 48 million (85% GTD)
    Taylor Rodriguez (JAX): 2nd year of 2 years, 37 million (56% GTD)
    Jarius Jones (SEA): 2nd year of 2 years, 34 million (74% GTD)
    Matt Jones (BUF): 2nd year of 4 years, 26 million (50% GTD)
    Paul Davenport (ARI): 2nd year of 2 years, 22.5 million (69% GTD)
    Mohammed Foster (CHI): 3rd year of 4 years, 22 million (72% GTD)
    Tanner Bowman (WAS): 3rd year of 4 years, 22 million (50% GTD)
    Ryan Harris (KC): 2nd year of 4 years, 18 million (50% GTD)
    Graham Burnett (DAL): 4th year of 4 years, 18 million (50% GTD)
    Donald Culver (ATL): 2nd year of 4 years, 18 million (50% GTD)
    Alex Leshoure (HOU): 1st year of 1 year team option, 17.5 million (100% GTD)
    Brett Fisher (BAL): 4th year of 4 years, 14 million (50% GTD)
    Luke Trickett (NE): 3rd year of 4 years, 7 million (50% GTD)
    Matty Swift (LAC): Not under contract in 2023.
    Will Thompson (NYG): Not under contract in 2023.
    Rob LeCount (DET): Not under contract in 2023.

     

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    1 minute ago, Pro Football Focus said:

    Donald Culver (ATL): 2nd year of 4 years, 18 million (50% GTD)

    This feels so strange to see before the season is over.

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    4 minutes ago, Pro Football Focus said:

    Top QBs will always want to be paid the most.

    Unless you're Nick Hall.

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    19 minutes ago, cultur3 said:

    Unless you're Nick Hall.

    he signed a very lucrative, competitive deal at the time.

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    27 minutes ago, alienufo said:

    he signed a very lucrative, competitive deal at the time.

     

    the economy was looking pretty good in 1926

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    1 hour ago, alienufo said:

    he signed a very lucrative, competitive deal at the time.

     

    Alien is Berry Gordy

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    Why do you say "Unknown due to capsheet"???  We have his contract clearly laid out.  He's in the final year of his old 5yr/75M deal, which we extended.  His new deal is 24/24/22 with 24 GTD in 2023, 15 GTD/9 NON in 2024, and 11 GTD/11 NON in 2025.    New deal 3 yr/68M with 58.8% GTD.  

    I left the old deals listed until their expiration, I figured that would be less confusing.  If that's not the case, I'll do it differently in the future.

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    8 minutes ago, rabidsnowman said:

    Why do you say "Unknown due to capsheet"???  We have his contract clearly laid out.  He's in the final year of his old 5yr/75M deal, which we extended.  His new deal is 24/24/22 with 24 GTD in 2023, 15 GTD/9 NON in 2024, and 11 GTD/11 NON in 2025.    New deal 3 yr/68M with 58.8% GTD.  

    I left the old deals listed until their expiration, I figured that would be less confusing.  If that's not the case, I'll do it differently in the future.

     

    It does not state his guaranteed percentage anywhere.

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    Just now, Soluna said:

     

    It does not state his guaranteed percentage anywhere.

    I'm on it.  

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    I think Jason Johnson is actually going to be in year 2 of a 3 year, 71M, 70.4% GTD deal

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    4 hours ago, Pro Football Focus said:

    Darrell Murphy (LAR): 4th year of 5 years, 107.5 million (50% GTD)

     

    Didn't he sign an extension last year?

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    Some of these might be wrong but I did my best, some sheets are really fucking hard to read, especially in regards to what the GTD is.

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    Nick Hall, call your agent.

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    Just now, pumph said:

    Nick Hall, call your agent.

    Then fire him.

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    5 hours ago, joedchi said:

     

    Didn't he sign an extension last year?

    that he did... a 5 year/142.6 million// 86.15% guaranteed extension 

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