09 Jul 2013
Reported terms: three years, $53 million, and $43 million in guaranteed money.
If that sounds like an overpay, keep in mind they were negotiating from a contract that has the second-biggest cap hit in the league this season. Detroit didn't have many good options for spreading out bonuses or anything in this re-negotiation.
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