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The numbers behind George Iloka's new deal with the Bengals

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CINCINNATI -- After they came up short in the Marvin Jones sweepstakes, the Cincinnati Bengals turned their attention Wednesday to re-signing free-agent safety George Iloka.

As the new league year began at 4 p.m. ET, they got Iloka under contract, signing him to a five-year, $30 million deal that will pay him more than $19 million across the next three seasons. It's also a deal that will pay him $5 million guaranteed, according to a league source.

The guaranteed money will come from a $3 million signing bonus that went into effect as soon as he inked the new contract and an additional $2 million on Sunday as part of a roster bonus.

Iloka will also make another $500,000 each season between now and 2020 in roster bonuses, and another $300,000 each year in workout bonuses.

Here's a fuller picture of Iloka's new deal, according to contract details from ESPN's Roster Management system:

2016

Cash value: $7,600,000

Cap value: $5,100,000

Base salary: $1,800,000

Guaranteed salary: $5,000,000 (comes from a $3,000,000 signing bonus, and he's scheduled to make the other $2,000,000 as part of a roster bonus on Sunday)

Additional roster bonus: $500,000

Workout bonus: $300,000

Dead money: $2,500,000


2017

Cash value: $4,800,000

Cap value: 5,300,000

Base salary: $4,000,000

Roster bonus: $500,000

Workout bonus: $300,000

Dead money: $2,000,000


2018

Cash value: $5,600,000

Cap value: $6,100,000

Base salary: $4,800,000

Roster bonus: $500,000

Workout bonus: $300,000

Dead money: $1,500,000


2019

Cash value: $6,000,000

Cap value: $6,500,000

Base salary: $5,200,000

Roster bonus: $500,000

Workout bonus: $300,000

Dead money: $1,000,000


2020

Cash value: $6,000,000

Cap value: $6,500,000

Base salary: $5,200,000

Roster bonus: $500,000

Workout bonus: $300,000

Dead money: $500,000