Current Agreement Sean Bunting agreed to terms with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a four-year, $7,375,998 contract that included a $3,384,360 signing bonus, $4,214,633 guaranteed, and an average yearly salary of $1,844,000.
Previous Employment With LSU as one of the most accomplished wide receivers in school history, Bunting was drafted by the San Diego Chargers in the third round of the 2002 NFL Draft. He played out his rookie season before being released by the Chargers during the 2003 offseason. The following year, he signed with the New York Jets and finished his only season with them with 51 catches for 755 yards and five touchdowns. Bunting was not re-signed by the Jets and went unselected in the 2004 NFL Supplemental Draft. He then joined the Baltimore Ravens where he spent three seasons as a member of their practice squad. In 27 games over five seasons, Bunting has 71 catches for 1,032 yards and nine touchdowns.
Bunting's career was derailed by injuries. He had back-to-back 100-catch seasons at LSU but missed the entire 2006 season after undergoing surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee. He returned for the 2007 season but didn't play until Week 4 when he caught two passes for 44 yards against South Carolina. The next week, he had eight receptions for 132 yards and a touchdown against Florida.
Current Agreement Sean Mannion agreed to terms with the Minnesota Vikings on a one-year, $1,047,000 contract that included a $137,500 signing bonus, $137,500 guaranteed, and an average yearly salary of $1,047,000.
He made his first career start at quarterback for the Vikings in Week 14 against the Chicago Bears and threw for 193 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He also rushed for 38 yards on seven attempts. The Vikings lost 24-20 in overtime.
Mannion went to training camp with the Vikings in 2017 but was cut before the start of the season. He signed with the Oakland Raiders but was released before the start of the 2018 campaign as well. In 2019, he played for the Washington Redskins but was released at the end of August after losing out on the starting job to Jacoby Brissett.
During his three seasons with the Nevada Wolfpack, Mannion started every game he appeared in and passed for 8,084 yards with 69 touchdowns vs. 26 interceptions. He added 1,719 yards and 16 scores on the ground.
After going unselected in the 2014 NFL Draft, Mannion spent two years working with the Vikings' defense as a graduate assistant before getting his chance at quarterback. He started seven games in 2015 when Christian Pettersson was injured and led the Vikings to a 5-2 record.
Blaine Gabbert agreed to terms with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on a one-year, $1,600,000 contract that includes a $1,600,000 yearly pay. Gabbert will receive a basic salary of $1 million, a roster bonus of $593,750, and a cap charge of $1,593,750 in 2019. Current Agreement Sean Mannion agreed to terms with the Minnesota Vikings on a one-year, $1,047,000 contract that included a $137,500 signing bonus, $137,500 guaranteed, and an average yearly salary of $1,047,000.
Gabbert returned for the 2013 season under new head coach Gus Bradley, however he only played three games, recording one touchdown and seven interceptions. He began the season with a fractured thumb sustained during a preseason game.
Gabbert signed a one-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals on May 10, 2017. Under head coach Bruce Arians, he opened the season as the third-string quarterback behind Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton.
Devin Bush agreed to terms with the Pittsburgh Steelers on a four-year, $18,871,765 contract that included a $11,744,920 signing bonus, $18,871,765 guaranteed, and an average yearly salary of $4,717,941. Bush's basic salary in 2021 will be $2,210,615, with a cap hit of $5,146,845 and a dead cap value of $11,151,498. The final year of his contract is scheduled to be paid in 2026.
Bush was drafted by the Steelers with their first pick in the 2019 NFL draft. At the time of the draft, several analysts projected him to go early in the second round. In fact, some teams were even considering trading up in order to select him.
He played only one season at Boise State before being drafted by the Steelers. During that season, he recorded 51 tackles and five interceptions. The last three seasons of his college career were spent at Miami (Ohio). There, he started every game during that period and made at least 10 tackles in each of those seasons. He also had two sacks at Miami (Ohio).
After his rookie season, Bush entered training camp looking likely to win the starting job over veterans Ryan Connelly and Steven Nelson. However, after an injury to Connolly, he ended up playing all 16 games this past season. Bush finished the year with 57 tackles and four interceptions. He also forced two fumbles.
Existing agreement Kyle Seager agreed to terms with the Seattle Mariners on a seven-year, $100,000,000 contract that included a $3,500,000 signing bonus, a $100,000,000 guarantee, and an annual average salary of $14,285,714. If the deal goes through, it will be the highest paid contract in Mariners history.
The contract would have gone into effect at the beginning of this season had he not been placed on injured reserve last month with a left shoulder injury. The injury is considered serious enough that the Mariners are considering bringing in a free agent pitcher to replace him.
Kyle Seager is a part-time player for the Seattle Mariners who makes his home in Florida. He started out as a shortstop but now plays third base. He has won two Gold Gloves while with the Mariners.
He has played all over the field during his career but is best known for his work at third base where he has a lifetime batting average of.275.
Seager made his major league debut in April 2011 and as of September 2016, he has 531 hits in 25 seasons (including playoffs). He has 26 home runs and 98 RBIs in these 25 seasons. His batting average is currently at.275.
He went to college at Florida State University where he played baseball for the Seminoles.
69.2 million dollars Lockett agreed to a four-year, $69.2 million contract deal, with a guaranteed $37 million. According to a source, the Seattle Seahawks have extended WR Tyler Lockett's deal for four years and $69.2 million, with $37 million guaranteed. The terms of Lockett's deal have finally been revealed. He will make 10 million dollar base salary in 2018, which is scheduled to be paid out over time at a rate of 4.5 million per season.
Lockett originally entered the NFL as a rookie free agent with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2015. He was released by the Chiefs during final cuts and then signed to the team's practice squad. In 2016, he spent the season on and off the active roster with the Seahawks. Last year, he started 13 games for Seattle and recorded 533 receiving yards and three touchdowns. The deal he just got done will pay him 110 million dollars over the life of the contract.
This past offseason, the Seahawks re-signed defensive end Michael Bennett and cornerback Jeremy Lane. They are both entering their second year with the team and will be looking to cash in this year with new contracts being sought after by other teams.
Bennett has one year remaining on his original three-year, $15.3 million contract he signed with the Philadelphia Eagles back in 2014. He had 11 sacks last year for the Seahawks and is expected to play a major role in their defense this year.