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Quarless' deal worth up to $3 million over 2 years

Mar. 13, 2014
 
Packers tight end Andrew Quarless will get $1.425 million in the first year of his new two-year deal. File/Press-Gazette Media
Packers tight end Andrew Quarless will get $1.425 million in the first year of his new two-year deal. File/Press-Gazette Media

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Andrew Quarless’ two-year contract with the Packers averages $1.5 million and will pay him up $1.425 million this year.

According to a source with access to NFL salary information, the tight end’s deal includes a $350,000 signing bonus and $800,000 base salary this year, plus a $75,000 workout bonus and weekly 46-man game-day roster bonuses of $12,500 that will pay him $200,000 if he suits up for all 16 games.

In 2015, Quarless will make up to $1.575 million: a $1.3 million base salary, a $75,000 workout bonus, and the same $12,500 46-man roster bonuses that will total $200,000 for 16 games.

Another tight end who just signed today, Garrett Graham of Houston, has a three-year deal that averages $3.75 million and includes a $4.5 million signing bonus.

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