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Last updated on June 26, 2016 10:00 AM EDT

Nate Ebner

Year Salary Prorated
Signing Bonus
Roster Bonus Total Cap Figure Cash Received Remaining Guaranteed Money Cap Hit if Cut Cap Savings if Cut or Traded Comments
2012 $390,000 $24,150 $415,150 $486,600 $96,600
2013 $480,000 $24,150 $504,150 $480,000 $72,450
2014 $570,000 $24,150 $594,150 $570,000 $48,300 $50,850
2015 $660,000 $24,150 $684,150 $660,000 $24,150 $660,000
2016 $825,000 $250,000 $117,188 $1,192,188 $1,442,188 $500,000 $250,000 $492,188 $7,812 per game on 46-man game-day roster.
If cut during roster cutdowns, $250,000 dead money in both 2016 and 2017.
While on the Reserve - Did not Report list Ebner's salary does not count against the cap.
2017 $825,000 $250,000 $125,000 $1,200,000 $950,000 $250,000 $250,000 $950,000 $7,812 per game on 46-man game-day roster

Nate Ebner - Christopher Price reported on July 17, 2012 that "The defensive back/former rugby star has signed a four-year deal that includes base salaries of $390,000 (2012), $480,000 (2013), $570,000 (2104) and $660,000 (2015), per NFLPA documents. In addition, a league source indicates Ebner received a $96,600 signing bonus."

June 26, 2016 update On March 18, 2016 ESPN's Mike Reiss gave us "a closer look at Ebner's contract and how it fits into the team's salary-cap picture:

Terms: 2 years, $2.4 million
Signing bonus: $500,000 (paid out in two $250,000 installments)

Base salary: $825,000
Roster bonus: $125,000 ($7,812 per game on 46-man game-day roster)
Cap charge: $1.19 million

Base salary: $825,000
Roster bonus: $125,000 ($7,812 per game on 46-man game-day roster)
Cap charge: $1.2 million

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