The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made the signing of tight end Kyle Rudolph official Monday. Per Pro Football Talk, the one-year deal is for $2 million base with the possibility of an extra $1.5 million in incentives.
TE Kyle Rudolph officially signs with the Bucs; he gets a base deal worth $2 million plus up to $1.5 million in incentives. https://t.co/y1igeVKLAI
— ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) July 25, 2022
Details of the $1.5 million dollar incentives provided by Greg Auman of The Athletic
– $375k in 46-man roster bonuses
– $375k for 30 receptions
– $250k more at 40 receptions
– $250k more at 50 receptions
– $250k for Pro Bowl selection
The signing leaves the Buccaneers with roughly $8 million in cap space. This makes the Rudolph signing a huge bargain for the team and leaves money on the table for more signings ahead of the season.
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