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Kuhn's deal includes $100K signing bonus

Apr. 4, 2014
 
Green Bay Packers fullback John Kuhn. File/Press-Gazette Media
Green Bay Packers fullback John Kuhn. File/Press-Gazette Media

John Kuhnís one-year contract came in right where his agent Kevin Gold said it would.

If he makes the Green Bay Packersí 53-man roster, the veteran fullback will earn the veteran minimum base salary of $855,000 on top of a $100,000 signing bonus, $25,000 workout bonus and a $50,000 roster bonus paid out in $3,125 increments for games in which heís active.

Kuhnís deal could be worth $1.03 million if he plays in all 16 regular-season games, which still equates to a 43.8 percent pay cut from the $2.35 million he made in 2013.

The Baltimore Sunís Aaron Wilson first reported Kuhnís contract details.

Kuhnís deal leaves the Packers with roughly $15 million left in cap room for 2014. They still have seven other unrestricted free agents: defensive linemen Ryan Pickett and Johnny Jolly, linebacker Robert Francois, tight end Jermichael Finley, running back Kahlil Bell and quarterbacks Matt Flynn and Seneca Wallace.

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