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Details emerge on 49ers WR Deebo Samuel’s 3-year extension

Aug 1, 2022 at 8:49 AM--


Details on San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel's three-year extension have emerged, thanks to Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio. The NFL writer also reports that Samuel has officially signed his new deal.

The extension is reportedly worth $71.55 million with a maximum value of $73.5 million, including annual incentives of $650,000. It includes $41 million in fully guaranteed money at signing. On April 1, 2023, $58.167 million will be fully guaranteed.

Below are some of the contract details, per Florio. Samuel has one year remaining on his rookie deal. The new contract keeps him with the 49ers through the 2025 season.

Signing bonus: $24.035 million.
2022 base salary: $965,000, fully guaranteed at signing.

2023
  • Option bonus: $9.215 million, fully guaranteed at signing.
  • Offseason workout bonus: $200,000, fully guaranteed three days after signing.
  • Base salary: $1.080 million, fully guaranteed at signing.
  • Per-game roster bonuses: $750,000, fully guaranteed three days after signing.

2024
  • Offseason workout bonus: $200,000, fully guaranteed three days after signing.
  • Base salary: $20.972 million, guaranteed for injury at signing. Of that amount, $4.555 million is fully guaranteed at signing; the balance becomes fully guaranteed on April 1, 2023.
  • Per-game roster bonuses: $750,000, guaranteed for injury at signing, fully guaranteed as of April 1, 2023.

2025
  • Offseason workout bonus: $200,000.
  • Base salary: $16.601 million.
  • Per-game roster bonuses: $750,000.



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