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GREEN BAY - David Bakhtiari’s new contract extension will pay him $16.7 million in 2016 and $19.676 million over its first two years.

According to a source with access to NFL salary information, the Green Bay Packers’ left tackle received a $15 million signing bonus, a $1 million roster bonus and will make a $700,000 base salary this season.

Bakhtiari’s new contract in effect is a five-year deal worth $49.676 million, or an average of $9.935 million a year. The four new years added onto the final year of his rookie contract are worth $48 million, or an average of $12 million for each of the new years. However, he receives the signing bonus now, so the new contract starts now.

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The deal kept his salary-cap numbers low the first two years: $4.019 million, this year, and $6.171 million in ’17.

In simplest terms, here’s how he’ll be paid (in salaries and bonuses) and how much he’ll count on the cap each year of the deal:

  • 2016: $16.7 million cash value, $4.019 million cap value.
  • 2017: $2.971 million cash value, $6.171 cap value.
  • 2018: $8 million cash value, $11.2 cap value
  • 2019: $11 million cash value, $14.2 cap value
  • 2020: $11 million cash value, $14.2 cap value

Here’s how the final four years break down:

2017: $1.196 roster bonus due the fifth day of the league year; $775,000 base salary; per game roster bonuses worth up to $500,000 ($31,250 per game); and a $500,000 workout bonus.

2018: $6 million roster bonus due on the fifth day of the league year; $1 million base salary; $500,000 in weekly roster bonuses ($31,250 per game); and a $500,000 workout bonus.

2019: $8.5 million base salary; $1.5 million roster bonus due the fifth day of the league year; $500,000 total in weekly roster bonuses ($31,250 per game); and a $500,000 workout bonus.

2020: $10 million base salary; $500,000 total in weekly roster bonuses ($31,250 per game); and a $500,000 workout bonus.

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