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Sam Bradford restructured his rookie contract to soften the cap charge for the Rams over the final two years of his deal, Aaron Wilson of Scout.com reported. Bradford can earn $48 million over the remaining four years of the contract, including $20 million in guaranteed money, with his salary cap figure escalating to $16.6 million in the final year of the deal in 2015. Bradford is guaranteed $14 million over the next two seasons. He received a $6 million roster bonus on May 11. Per Wilson's source, the final two years of the deal aren't guaranteed -- $14 million base salary in 2014 and $13 million in 2015.
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