Last updated on January 2, 2016 4:35 PM EDT

Ryan Allen

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Year Salary Prorated
Signing Bonus
Amortization
Roster Bonus/
LTBE
Weight Clause
Workout Bonus Total Cap Figure Cash Received Remaining Guaranteed Money Cap Hit if Cut Cap Savings if Cut or Traded Comments
2013 $405,000 $500 $405,500 $406,500 $4,000 $2,500 of 2013 salary guaranteed.
2014 $495,000 $500 $495,500 $495,000 $1,000
2015 $585,000 $500,500 $1,085,500 $2,585,000 $3,000,500
2016 $1,000,000 $500,000 $200,000 $6,240 $1,706,240 $1,706,240 $2,500,000 $1,500,000 (-$250,000) 2016 salary fully guaranteed. $12,500 46-man active roster bonus
2017 $1,200,000 $500,000 $200,000 $1,900,000 $1,400,000 $1,000,000 $1,000,000 $435,000
2018 $1,300,000 $500,000 $200,000 $2,000,000 $1,500,000 $500,000 $500,000 $945,000
On May 5th, 2013 ESPNBoston.Com's Field Yates blogged that Ryan Allen was signed to a three-year deal by the Patriots on May 3, 2013 and that Ryan received a $1,500 signing bonus and had $2,500 of his 2013 salary guaranteed.

August 21, 2016 update - On July 28, 2015 ESPN's Field Yates took a "closer look at the three-year extension recently signed by New England Patriots punter Ryan Allen, which includes $6.1 million in new money. Allen now is due $6.685 million over the next four seasons, with $3 million fully guaranteed, including a $2 million signing bonus.

2015
Base salary: $585,000 (unchanged)
Cap charge: $1,085,500

2016
Base salary: $1 million (guaranteed)
Roster bonus: $200,000 ($12,500 for each game active)
Incentives: $50,000 for making the Pro Bowl
Cap charge: $1.7 million

2017
Base salary: $1.2 million
Roster bonus: $200,000 ($12,500 for each game active)
Incentives: $50,000 for making the Pro Bowl
Cap charge: $1.9 million

2018
Base salary: $1.3 million
Roser bonus: $200,000 ($12,500 for each game active)
Incentives: $50,000 for making the Pro Bowl
Cap charge: $2 million

ANALYSIS: This deal reflects a case of forward thinking for both sides. For Allen, who entered the league as an undrafted free agent and was paid just $1,500 in guaranteed money at the time of signing, he now has security in the form of his guarantees and a deal that extends through what would be his sixth NFL season. For the team, it is able to lock up a player who has proven himself as a capable fixture and at an average annual salary that is right around league average for punters. The team consistently echoes a premium on special teams, and after signing it's kicker and punter to multi-year deals while also taking the only long snapper drafted this year, the Patriots have reinforced that message through their actions. That core is now all under contract through 2018."

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