Inside the Dallas Goedert deal

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The Eagles, weeks after trading tight end Zach Ertz, signed tight end Dallas Goedert to a new contract.

Here’s a look at the details of Goedert’s new deal.

1. Signing bonus: $10.218 million.

2. 2021 salary: $408,888, fully guaranteed.

3. 2022 option bonus: $3.215 million, fully guaranteed.

4. 2022 base salary: $1.08 million, fully guaranteed.

5. 2023 option bonus: $12.92 million, guaranteed for injury at signing, fully guaranteed in March 2022.

6. 2023 base salary: $1.08 million, guaranteed for injury at signing, fully guaranteed in March 2022.

7. 2023 workout bonus: $250,000, guaranteed but must be earned through attendance.

8. 2024 base salary: $14 million, $6 million of which is guaranteed for injury at signing and becomes fully guaranteed in March 2023.

9. 2024 workout bonus: $250,000.

10. 2025 base salary: $14 million.

11. 2025 workout bonus: $250,000.

There’s an escalator of $250,000 for 2022 through 2025 based on making the All-Pro team the prior season. If he makes the All-Pro team multiple times, the 2025 escalator becomes $1 million.

That’s $14.92 million fully guaranteed at signing, with a practical full guarantee of $29.17 million. $35 million is guaranteed for injury at signing. It fully vests in March 2023.

4 responses to “Inside the Dallas Goedert deal

  1. You can buy a nice farm in S.Dakota with that kind of money. Where people lookout for their neighbors,friends and town folk

  2. Dallas has been slow developing from a eagles fan perspective…now alot of that can be contributed to poor QB play,poor coaching plays and Ertz sharing catch’s . If he doesn’t develop a rapport with Hurts THE 2nd half of the season ,the contract will be a waste.

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