New Contract Details For New Steelers CB Chandon Sullivan

The Pittsburgh Steelers signed unrestricted free agent cornerback Chandon Sullivan this past week and now the details of that one-year deal have surfaced.

According to the NFLPA database update, Sullivan, who played for the Minnesota Vikings last season, signed a one-year contract that totals out at $1.2325 million. That total includes a signing bonus of $152,500, which is the only guaranteed money involved in the deal. Last season, Sullivan made $1.75 million.

Sullivan’s deal qualifies as a veteran benefit contract in the CBA so that means he’ll have a reduced cap charge in 2023 of $1,092,500, which is the amount of a player with two credited seasons plus the $152,500 signing bonus.

In 2022, Sullivan logged a total of 945 defensive snaps in addition to 30 more on special teams. Last season he registered 60 total tackles, two for loss, one quarterback hit, one fumble recovery and seven passes defensed in 17 games played in.

For his NFL career to date, Sullivan, who was originally signed in 2018 by the Philadelphia Eagles as an undrafted free agent out of Georgia State, has tallied 169 total tackles, four for loss, two quarterback hits, one fumble recovery, one forced fumble, five interceptions and 23 passes defensed in 71 games played in.

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