Field Yates ESPN Insider
More on Brian Robison's new deal: he was previously scheduled to make up to $5.6M for 2017, none of which was guaranteed. His base salary drops from $5.3M to $3.9M (fully guaranteed), while he still has $100,000 available via a workout bonus (but his $200,000 in per-game roster bonuses for 2017 has been removed). So, Robison trades a base salary pay cut of $1.4M in total for 2017 for an extra year on his deal. In 2018, he has a base salary of $3.2M, $1.25M of which is guaranteed, plus $200,000 in per-game roster bonuses, $100,000 via a workout bonus. In total, there is a base value of $7.5M over two years, $5.15M guaranteed.