The receiver’s deal contains $6 million in guaranteed money, with $2 million available in incentives; Pryor will reportedly have to produce a Pro Bowl-type season to earn the entirety of his contract.
Pryor would need 80 catches ($1M), 1,250 yards ($500K), and 10 touchdowns ($500K) to earn the full value. Here’s the breakdown:
Pryor had 77 catches for 1,007 yards and four touchdowns with the Cleveland Browns last season, so he’ll need to make substantial gains in production. He should have plenty of opportunities, though, as the clear No. 1 receiver in Washington.
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