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Breaking down Quarless' new contract

GREEN BAY, Wis. -- The details of the two-year contract that tight end Andrew Quarless signed with the Green Bay Packers on Thursday suggest the team isn't done adding players at that position.

The deal contained a signing bonus of only $350,000 and has a total value of just $3 million over the life of the deal. It's hardly a blockbuster deal for a player who started 10 games last season.

Here's the full breakdown of the contract, according to ESPN Stats & Information:

2014

  • Cash value: $1.425 million

  • Salary-cap charge: $1.25 million

  • Signing bonus: $350,000

  • Roster bonus: Up to $200,000 ($12,500 per game active)

  • Workout bonus: $75,000

  • Base salary: $800,000

2015

  • Cash value: $1.575 million

  • Salary-cap charge: $1.75 million

  • Roster bonus: Up to $200,000 ($12,500 per game active)

  • Workout bonus: $75,000

  • Base salary: $1.3 million