The Detroit Lions will make a slew of roster modifications prior to the 2009 season, with the…
In Jeopardy: Lions With Bonuses Due ...
Editor's Note: For a complete breakdown of NFL salary-by-position, and an individual breakdown of the player contracts listed below, you can visit George Ketchman's thread on the subject here. - NC The following players have bonuses due in March and the Lions will need to make a decision on these players soon. Leigh Bodden is due a total of $11.1M in 2009, $8.6M in the form of an Option Bonus due at the start of free agency and $2.5M in base salary. Bodden would be due $14.85M ($7.425M APY) over the next two seasons and $19.45M ($6.48M APY) over the next three seasons. His three year APY is comparable to an above average #1 starting CB. Likelihood of being released 100%, Bodden's agent informed John Niyo of the Detroit News that the Lions had informed his client that they would not be exercising their Option. Cap Savings from release $2.887M. // Will be released Calvin Johnson is due a total of $5,580,125 in 2009, $4M in the form of a salary advance and $1,580,125 in the form...
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