The Pittsburgh Steelers came to terms with guard James Daniels on Tuesday, and the terms related to that three-year contract are now known thanks to Brad Spielberger of PFF.
New Pittsburgh Steelers iOL James Daniels' three-year, $26.5M deal comes with an $8.75M signing bonus sources tell @DougKyed and myself
2022 cap hit just $4.167M. $8.25M salaries in 2023 & 2024
— Brad Spielberger, Esq. (@PFF_Brad) March 15, 2022
The contract, as previously reported, totals out at $26.5 million. His base salaries by year are $1.25 million, $8.25 million and $8.25 million, respectively. As part of his deal, Daniels received a $8.75 million signing bonus. His cap charges for the three years are $4,166,666, $11,166,666, and $11,166,668, respectively.
There are no roster bonusses being reported in this deal, only base salaries and a signing bonus. Daniels will earn $10 million total in 2022.