Geno Smith has money on line in Jets' offseason program

Not that Geno Smith needs extra incentive to attend the New York Jets' offseason program, technically voluntary, but he has a nice chunk of money at stake as he prepares for his third season.

Smith's contract includes a clause that ties about 32 percent of his 2015 compensation to offseason attendance -- specifically, $276,328. He must participate in a minimum number of workouts (typically, it's 80 percent) to earn the bonus.

He didn't have any bonus money in the first two years of his contract, except, of course, for his signing bonus ($2 million). It's also worth noting there's no guaranteed money remaining in his contract.

This is a huge offseason for Smith, who will be challenged by Ryan Fitzpatrick and must learn a new offense for the second time in three years. With Fitzpatrick still recovering from a broken leg, Smith is expected to get most of the offseason reps.

The Jets' offseason program begins Monday. Other players with workout bonuses: