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Breaking down Mark Ingram's contract: Expected cap cost of $2 million in 2015

Mark Ingram's new contract with the New Orleans Saints is believed to carry a $2 million salary-cap cost in 2015, including a $3.6 million signing bonus and a $1 million base salary, according to details gathered by ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates.

Here’s what appears to be the full breakdown of the four-year, $16 million deal, per details gathered by Yates:

Signing bonus: $3.6 million

2015: $1 million salary (fully guaranteed). $100,000 workout bonus. Cap cost: $2 million.

2016: $3 million salary ($1.5 million fully guaranteed at time of signing; $3 million fully guaranteed on third day of 2016 league year). $100,000 workout bonus. Cap cost: $4 million.

2017: $3 million salary. $500,000 roster bonus. $100,000 workout bonus. Cap cost: $4.5 million.

2018: $4 million salary. $500,000 roster bonus. $100,000 workout bonus. Cap cost: $5.5 million.

The deal also includes up to $200,000 in escalators for 2016, and $400,00 in escalators for 2017, based on rushing yards. And the final year can be voided with either two Pro Bowl selections or an All-NFL selection in 2017.