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Details emerge on DT Javon Hargrave’s 4-year, $84 million deal with 49ers

Mar 13, 2023 at 6:06 PM


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The San Francisco 49ers are signing former Philadelphia Eagles defensive tackle Javon Hargrave to a four-year deal worth up to $84 million. It will become official after the start of the new league year on Wednesday afternoon.

OverTheCap.com has Hargrave's contract details, which include $40 million guaranteed and two void years in 2027 and 2028. The defensive tackle is signed through the 2026 season, and his salary-cap hit in his first season with the 49ers will only be $6.615 million.

2023
Base salary: $1,165,000
Prorated bonus: $4,600,000
Per-game roster bonus: $750,000
Workout bonus: $100,000
Guaranteed salary: $2,015,000
Salary-cap hit: $6,615,000

2024
Base salary: $8,885,000
Prorated bonus: $5,800,000
Per-game roster bonus: $750,000
Workout bonus: $100,000
Guaranteed salary: $8,985,000
Salary-cap hit: $15,535,000

2025
Base salary: $19,900,000
Prorated bonus: $5,800,000
Per-game roster bonus: $750,000
Workout bonus: $100,000
Guaranteed salary: $0
Salary-cap hit: $26,550,000

2026
Base salary: $21,650,000
Prorated bonus: $5,800,000
Per-game roster bonus: $750,000
Workout bonus: $100,000
Guaranteed salary: $0
Salary-cap hit: $28,300,000

2027
Base salary: Void
Prorated bonus: $5,800,000
Salary-cap hit: $7,000,000

2028
Base salary: Void
Prorated bonus: $1,200,000
Salary-cap hit: $0

Total
Base salary: $51,600,000
Prorated bonus: $29,000,000
Per-game roster bonus: $3,000,000
Workout bonus: $400,000
Guaranteed salary: $11,000,000
Salary-cap hit: $84,000,000

OverTheCap.com now lists the 49ers as $2,859,959 over the $224.8 million salary cap. They will need to shave at least that number off their ledger by Wednesday or before Hargrave's contract becomes official.

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