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Details released on Ulrick John’s contract with the Patriots

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Two weeks ago, the Patriots announced the signing of veteran offensive tackle Ulrick John to a one year contract. Last week, the Boston Globe’s Ben Volin provided more details on the agreement.

The breakdown:

2018

Salary: $705,000

Roster bonus: $25,000

Workout bonus: $15,000

2018 Cap Figure: $745,000

Signing with his fifth organization since being selected by Indianapolis in the seventh round of the 2014 NFL Draft, the former Georgia State Panther’s contract is very straight forward. None of his $705,000 minimum salary is guaranteed, but he does earn $40,000 in offseason cash. After the impending signings of the Patriots’ rookie class are finalized, John’s $745,000 cap hit will be the last to be counted in team’s top-51 calculation — assuming no other free agents are signed to larger deals.

The bare cupboard that was the Patriots’ tackle position two weeks ago is now close to fully stocked. On the depth chart, John slots well behind incumbent starter Marcus Cannon, 23rd overall pick Isaiah Wynn, LaAdrian Waddle, trade acquisition Trent Brown, and 2017 rookie Antonio Garcia, and will likely be fighting for training camp reps and preseason snaps with the likes of Matt Tobin and Cole Croston.

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