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Rashard Robinson’s contract valued at $2.723 million

May 9, 2016 at 2:11 PM--


CB Rashard Robinson was drafted out of LSU in the fourth round of the 2016 NFL Draft by the San Francisco 49ers. While contract ranges for rookies are largely known thanks to the CBA, the numbers can sometimes be slightly off.

Robinson's four-year contract with the 49ers will be worth $2.723 million, including a signing bonus of $383,392, per Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.


In two years with LSU, he played in 15 games compiling 30 tackles, 1.5 for a loss, an interception, and three passes defended. He was suspended at LSU for failing a drug test as well as academic issues. He has not played football in 18 months.

RELATED Round 4, Pick 35: 49ers select LSU CB Rashard Robinson

Click here to see the initial estimated salary cap figures by salary cap site Spotrac.com. Their numbers on salary for Robinson were just off by $45,000 while the signing bonus was off by just one dollar.





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