The New England Patriots will have Cam Newton in 2021 with a one-year contract renewal valued at up to $ 14 million per multiple reports, but Newton is unlikely to make a profit of $ 14 million -Dollar Returns If that is the case, everyone involved will be big winners

According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, the deal includes a base value of $ 5 million, which equates to $ 2 million in signing bonus, $ 1 million in guaranteed salary, and $ 1 million in roster bonuses per game, with the remaining 9 million US dollars are earmarked for incentives for the playoffs, the Pro Bowl, an all-pro selection, the MVP Award, and the Super Bowl MVP, among other things

The rest (9 million USD) does not apply to incentives for Playoffs, Pro Bowl, All-Pro, MVP, Super Bowl MVP, etc.

From a technical point of view, the free agency will only be launched on March 17th Opened March The manipulation window, where teams can technically negotiate but no players can officially sign, begins on March 15 So March, we haven’t seen how many deals will look in 2021 for the likes of Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tyrod Taylor, and Andy Dalton who all had similar deals

Here’s a look at the veterans currently earning in the same stadium if Newton is just his base

If he gets $ 5 million, he’ll wear the 31st highest cap hit for a quarterback.If Newton gets $ 14 million, he’ll still wear the same cap hit highest cap hit for a quarterback comparable to

These are extremely reasonable sums of money for a player who they expect to fight for the starting job – but not necessarily win

When news came that Newton would be returning, more reports followed, suggesting the Patriots would not likely choose Cam as the undisputed starter New England will add another quarterback – and there are plenty of options through trading, free hand and in design

Newton probably has the clearest path to winning the starting job when training camp starts.He’ll face Jarrett Stidham and the Mystery Quarterback, and because Newton has Super Bowl experience and a year of experience in the Patriots system, he should win the job

The Patriots Have Enough Room For Caps Right now, it’s roughly $ 60 million before the addition of Tackle Trent Brown and special team ace Justin Bethel are taken into account. Even after their deals hit the cap, the Patriots will get enough Have money to greatly strengthen the recipient and the tight end positions

Newton should face better players than last year: an injured Julian Edelman, an underdeveloped N’Keal Harry, an aspiring but underutilized Jakobi Meyers and an ineffective Damiere Byrd

Time will tell if this will help him end his lackluster 2020 season when he was 65, 8 percent of his passes for 2657 yards, eight touchdowns, and 10 interceptions, maybe he’ll play a lot better with a stronger sideline in 2021

Cam Newton is back in Round 2 and it’s a win-win for the Patriots

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