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|Offseason Workout Bonus||Total Cap Figure||Cash Received||Remaining Guaranteed Money||Cap Hit if Cut||Cap Savings if Cut or Traded||Comments if Waived|
|2017||$465,000||$200,724||$665,724||$1,267,896||$802,896||$200,724||If Waived, $200,724 dead money in 2017 and $602,174 in 2018|
|2018||$555,000||$200,724||$28,000||$755,724||$583,000||$602,174||$602,174||If Waived after June 1, $200,724 dead money in 2018 and $401,448 in 2019|
|2019||$645,000||$200,724||$35,000||$845,724||$680,000||$401,448||$401,448||If Waived after June 1, $200,724 dead money in 2019 and $200,724 in 2020|
The Patriots drafted Derek Rivers with the 83rd overall pick in the 2017 draft. He signed a four-year deal with a $802,896 signing bonus. If placed on IR during the 2017 League Year his salary will be lowered from $465,000 to $348,000.
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