The Buffalo Bills do not release financial parameters on the deals they agree to with players. Thanks to the fine folks at Rotoworld.com, however, we have contractual figures on the deals signed by free safety George Wilson and guard/tackle Mansfield Wrotto on Tuesday.
For Wilson, it's a three-year deal with a total of $4.5 million in base salaries. Wilson will make $1.025 million in 2011 (if they play, of course), $1.725 million in 2012, and $2 million in 2013. Rotoworld does not report on any bonuses for the deal, and that seems odd; there's got to be some bonus money involved. All things considered, for what Wilson brings - valuable depth, playmaking ability, and locker room leadership - this is still probably a steal for the Bills. Great value here.
Wrotto, meanwhile, gets a two-year deal that will pay him $2 million in salaries and $600K in bonuses, for a $2.6 million total. He'll make $800K in 2011, and $1.2 million in 2012. Depending on how the bonuses are distributed over the life of the deal, there's a chance that this will turn into a one-and-cut deal for Wrotto. But for one year, at least, this is again a very reasonable deal for the Bills and a quality depth player.