05-18-2010, 11:11 PM
Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Fairfield County, CT
Zero increase in rookie salary pool for 2010?
While there is no salary cap overall, there is
still a rookie salary cap that limits first-year compensation for drafted rookies.
According to Mike Reiss, Ted Larsen (#205 pick overall) got an $80,300 signing bonus for his four-year deal.
Last year, Myron Pryor, selected two picks later (#207), got $79,000.
that 2010 rookie deals should, by and large, be almost exactly the same, money-wise, as 2009 deals—although, according to ESPN Insider, the total pool did
go up by about 3.5 percent.
"Momentum was quickly snatched away by New England, who once again proved that any Patriot, at any moment, can make a play." —Inside the NFL, Packers v. Patriots
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