September 18, 2020 at 6:18 pm CST By Sam Robinson
Here is the latest from NFC West:
- Deandre Hopkins Signed an attractive two-year, $ 54MM add-on with Cardinals Recent add-ons. He would earn $ 42.75MM through his 2021 earnings on his previous deal – fully guaranteed – over that period, according to Albert Breyer of SI.com (On twitter). Hopkins had a base salary of $ 6.65MM 2022 in March 2021, Breyer says. Signed through 2024, Hopkins would receive $ 60.1MM in the first three years of the deal – from the $ 39.1MM he would collect under the terms of his Texas-made contract. The final two years of Hopkins’ new deal – 2023 and ’24 – are option years, Breyer says (Via twitter).
- Dead of them despite eating an astonishing $ 21.8MM in money Brandin Cook business, Rams The high-end receiver dived back into the contract field. His three years, $ 47.25MM Cooper coupe The deal includes $ 35.1MM guaranteed and $ 20.3MM in full guarantee according to the overcap cap. Woods’ four-year, $ 65MM agreement, which comes with a $ 32MM guarantee, will only pay him $ 4.5MM over the next two years – which were part of his previous Ramus contract. However, the first new year of the deal (2022) comes with $ 13.5MM, NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport Tweets.
- For more injury trouble De ford. 49ers The pass razor is now battling a neck issue and is doubtful for Sunday’s game. Ford, who did not practice this week, has gone into extensive injury trouble during his time with the 49ers. He played through knee, quad and hamstring issues in 2019 and missed during camp with a calf. The 49ers restructured Ford’s contract to replace the cap; The move will make it more difficult for the team to cut or trade Ford in 2021.
- Mohammad sanuA 49ad is worth a deal more than a little more. Former Bengals, Falcons and Patriots wideout signed a one-year deal worth approximately $ 1.125MM, NFL.com’s Tom Pelissero Tweets, Adding that Sanu will receive a $ 137.5K bonus – despite being an in-season addition. Although the 31-year-old goal struggled to assimilate in New England, he played underage Kyle Shahan 2016 with the Falcons.
- Seahawks Still looking forward to the pass-by. The team gave the former chiefs a second round lead Breland speaks For a recent workout, Field Yates of ESPN.com Tweets. The 2018 draft, Speaks could not make the majors a 53-man roster. He missed the previous season due to injury.