Last week, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported that San Francisco 49ers center Daniel Kilgore's new three-year deal is worth nearly $12 million with $7 million in guaranteed money.

More contract details have emerged -- for those that love contract details.

Adam Caplan of SiriusXM reports that Kilgore's three-year contract is worth $11.78 million with $7.05 million guaranteed. It also contains $500,000 in incentives.

Kilgore will reportedly earn $4.825 million in 2018. Then, the 49ers have a decision to make because, after April 1, 2019, the second year of his contract becomes fully guaranteed. However, that $2.225 million base salary in 2019 will become guaranteed should he sustain an injury.

That means that after the 2018 season, the 49ers could move on from Kilgore without taking on any dead money.

Nick Wagoner of ESPN broke down the numbers for 2018 even further. He reported that Kilgore's base salary for 2018 is $2.525 million, which is fully guaranteed, and he'll have a guaranteed roster bonus of $2.3 million.

Wagoner went on to explain that Kilgore can earn up to $500,000 for his per-game roster bonus and has a $50,000 workout bonus. His first-year salary cap figure will be $5.375 million.