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    anyone have the salary history of the number 24 pick?
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    A little less than #23, and a little more than #25.
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    makes me wonder why your username is what it is
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    I don't even have a guess as to what #24 makes, but supposedly, Quinn was losing 1mil per drop. Obviously, in overall contract, and not just guaranteed portion.
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    I'm not sure on this but I would guess around the same as what Maroney got last year at 21 since the cap increase and all. Maroney's deal was 5 years/almost 9 mil, I believe.
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    Maroney's contract with the Patriots is a five-year package worth a total of $8.735 million, according to NFL Players Association figures. The deal doesn't include a signing bonus, but $6.13 million of the contract is guaranteed, and with easy-to-earn incentives it would increase to $6.2 million."
    Maroney received a $875,000 roster bonus. He will receive workout bonuses of $81,720 in 2008; $96,720 in 2009, and $106,720 in 2010.
    Jason Cole of Yahoo!Sports reported that "Maroney doesn't earn any incentive money until he rushes for 1,200 yards" .

    This is what I have on Johnathan Joseph, last year's 24th overall pick.
    "Bengals first-round pick Johnathan Joseph is believed to have agreed in principle to a five-year deal, according to an industry source on Friday night at 10:30 p.m., less than 24 hours before the start of training camp.
    Joseph, a cornerback from South Carolina, takes the field with a contract that is reportedly worth $8.2 million and can earn another $2.5 million in escalators. About $5.6 million is guaranteed, mainly through signing bonuses."
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    It's likely going to be something like 8.6-9M base with around 6M guaranteed, and incentives that if reached could add something like 2.6-2.8M to the total contract.
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