Ryan Succop gets $3.5 million to sign, $2.25 million base in 2018

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Titans kicker Ryan Succop signed a five-year, $20 million deal that includes a $3.5 million signing bonus, a source told PFT.

His base salary in 2018 is a fully guaranteed $2.25 million. His 2019 base salary of $2.5 million has $1.75 million guaranteed for injury only at signing, becoming fully guaranteed on the fifth day of the 2019 league year.

Succop’s other base salaries are $3.4 million in 2020, $3.85 million in 2021 and $4.5 million in 2022.

He made $2.4 million last year.

Succop, 31, has made 86.5 percent of his field-goal attempts in his four seasons with the Titans and 95.5 percent of his extra points.

5 responses to “Ryan Succop gets $3.5 million to sign, $2.25 million base in 2018

  1. He’s really good under 50 yards, but doesn’t have the leg for hitting from over 50 consistently

  2. Has there been a better Mr. Irrelevant? I remember when the pick was announced. I liked him with the Chiefs. Was sad when they moved on for Santos, but he was comparable.

  3. He totally deserves it. You dont realize how bad you need a kicker until the game is on the line and the kicker you paid because he was a cheap replacement loses the game for you.

    “Since @ryansuccop joined the @Titans in 2014, he’s 82-of-89 on FGA below 50 yards.

    That 92% FG pct trails only Justin Tucker (97%) and Stephen Gostkowski (92%) among kickers with 50 games in that span #KickersArePeopleToo”
    -Per @ESPNStatsInfo on Twitter.

    As a Titans fan, I love us finding a way to keep him a Titan

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