Originally posted byAB83Rules:

I figured part of it out. Of his original base($5.751M), he has been paid $4,059,529.11 and had a remainder of $1,691,470.59 left to be paid, so now it goes down to $719,000 , So by math, it means he had a signing bonus of $972,470.59 made up, prorated over 4 seasons(2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015), at $243,117.65.

Now this could also be prorated, meaning he wont see $719K, it would be $211,470.59 for the rest of the season. Which would then convert that remainder into bonus over 4 years at $52,867.65

NOTE: the dot is for cents, just wanted the math to be correct as seen in my workbook(Excel).

Bowman now has same salaries for 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, but different for 2017 than I thought.

I am not worthy!