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Last updated on March 29, 2016 9:00 AM EDT
|OffSeason Workout Bonus||Total Cap Figure||Cash Received||Remaining Guaranteed Money||Cap Hit if Cut||Cap Savings if Cut or Traded||Comments|
|2016||$985,000||$60,000||$20,000||$680,000||$1,065,000||$60,000||$80,000||$985,000 salary counts $600,000 against the cap since deal qualifies for the Minimum Salary Benefit deal|
The Patriots signed Nate Washington to their roster on March 24.
Terms: 1 year, $1,065,000
Signing bonus: $60,000
Base salary: $985,000
Split salary: $478,000. This is the salary that Nate Washinton will earn if ever placed on Injured Reserve.
Offseason Workout Bonus: $20,000
Salary cap charge: $680,000
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