Multiple sources (John Clayton of ESPN, Steve Corkran of the Contra Costa Times) report that Pryor will sign to a four year deal with the Oakland Raiders, netting him $2.36 million with a $375,000 base salary in 2011 and a $591,000 singing bonus. Andrew Brandt of the National Football Post reports that this year's salary will be docked $110k because of his five-game suspension issued by the NFL.
Even if it is pretty much the minimum contract, it seems a little excessive for someone who might not ever see a real professional snap. Still, compared to the monstrosity of the JaMarcus Russell contract, this doesn't seem so bad. Pryor is clearly a project, and he'll need a lot of time to develop before he's ready to be a great quarterback. Or quarterback. Or anything NFL-worthy.
There are no provisions written into the contract for extra tattoos.
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