Originally posted on NFL Trade Rumors  |  Last updated 7/24/13
The Buccaneers announced that they have signed WR Mike Williams to a six-year contract worth $40.25 million contract. Williams deal includes $15 million guaranteed. Here is a comparison to some of the recent contracts signed by wide receivers: Mike Wallace: five-years, $60 million, $30 million guaranteed. Dwayne Bowe: five-years, $56 million, $26 million guaranteed. Percy Harvin: six-years, $67 million, $25.5 million guaranteed. Greg Jennings: five-years, $45 million, $17.8 million guaranteed. Victor Cruz: six-years, $45.879 million, $15.625 million guaranteed. Mike Williams: six-years, $40.25 million, $15 million guaranteed. Wes Welker: two-years, $12 million, fully guaranteed. Brian Hartline: five-years, $30.775 million, $12.5 million guaranteed. Danny Amendola: five-years, $28.5 million, $10 million guaranteed. Williams, 26, was entering the final year of his rookie contract, but there has been a good deal of buzz surrounding a possible extension in recent week, so this doesn’t come as a huge surprise. He has been pretty consistent since entering the NFL. Last year, he totaled 63 receptions for 996 yards and nine touchdowns.   The post Buccaneers Sign WR Mike Williams To A Six-Year Deal appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
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