Moss counts 1.75M on 49ers' salary cap

March 13, 2012, 11:13 pm
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Receiver Randy Moss will count just 1.75 million against the 49ers' 2012 salary cap after signing a one-year deal Monday that includes no guaranteed money, a league source told CSNBayArea.com.Moss, 35, agreed to the contract within hours after taking part in a workout in which coach Jim Harbaugh threw him passes at the 49ers' team facility.In addition to a base salary of 1.75 million, Moss will earn 46,875 for every game he is active on the 49ers' 46-man roster -- a possible 750,000, if he plays in all 16 games. Moss can make another 1.5 million in incentives based on playing time, receptions and being named to the Pro Bowl team.
Moss is coming to the 49ers as Joshua Morgan leaves.Morgan, who spent his first four NFL seasons with the 49ers, agreed to a contract Tuesday with the Washington Redskins.Morgan's deal is a five-year contract that will void to two years, reports Pro Football Talk. The contract is worth up to 12 million dollars with guarantees totaling 7.5 million.The Redskins also agreed to contract terms with receivers Pierre Garcon and Eddie Royal on Tuesday, the first day of the free-agent signing period.

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