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How does 49ers WR Deebo Samuel’s contract rank against other NFL WRs?

Rohan Chakravarthi
Jul 31, 2022 at 5:30 PM--


San Francisco 49ers receiver Deebo Samuel finally agreed to an extension with the organization, getting a three-year, $71.55 million deal worth up to $73.5 million with $58.1 million guaranteed.

The new deal now keeps Samuel with the 49ers through 2025, as he still has another year remaining on his rookie deal.



How does Samuel's deal rank against other receivers who earned extensions this offseason, especially the other fourth-year receivers who received deals as well?

Fellow fourth-year receivers A.J. Brown, D.K. Metcalf, and Terry McLaurin all signed extensions with their respective teams this offseason, leaving Deebo Samuel as the last among them to be signed, along with Pittsburgh Steelers receiver Diontae Johnson.

Here are the contract details for their contracts:

A.J Brown: four years, $100 million, $57 million guaranteed, $23.2 million signing bonus, and $40 million guaranteed at signing.

Terry McLaurin: three years, $71 million, $53.2 million guaranteed, $28 million signing bonus, and $34.6 million guaranteed at signing.

D.K. Metcalf: three years, $72 million, $58.2 million guaranteed, $30 million signing bonus, and $31 million guaranteed at signing.

Samuel's average annual value ranked third of the four receivers, as his $23.85 million-per-year is lower than D.K. Metcalf's $24 million-per-year and A.J. Brown's $25 million-per-year.

However, in the most important metric, guaranteed money, Samuel ranked second amongst the bunch, as his $58.1 million guaranteed ranked just behind Metcalf's $58.2 million guaranteed.

Samuel's signing bonus and guaranteed-at-signing numbers are currently unknown.

Currently, Samuel's average annual value of $23.85 million and $58.1 million guaranteed both rank ninth amongst receivers in the NFL.

Here are the highest-paid receivers in the NFL.

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