No Guaranteed Money in Deal for OL Keydrick Vincent

The National Football Post reports that the Bucs have not given any guaranteed money to new OL Keydrick Vincent:

Upon further examination, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers haven’t made much of a financial commitment to veteran offensive guard Keydrick Vincent. Although there were reports that Vincent’s two-year contract is worth a total of $4.5 million, a league source with knowledge of the situation told National Football Post that the deal includes no signing or roster bonus or guaranteed money. Vincent is due $1 million base salaries in 2010 and 2011. The contract does include incentive clauses based on playing time that could boost his earnings. A former starter with the Carolina Panthers, Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers, Vincent is a 6-foot-5, 325-pounder who has started 79 NFL games and he’s expected to push incumbent left guard Jeremy Zuttah.


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