And the season where he had 92 catches for 1430 yards and 14 touchdowns and only made $836,500 (salary cap hit of just under $2.6 million) he was greatly underpaid. So I guess it evens out.
Originally Posted by mozzerpete
Not to mention the year he had 111 catches for 1619 yards and 11 touchdowns and made $3.25 million (cap hit of $4.7 million) he was also probably underpaid.
Now hopefully all of the balancing out is done and in 2017 he has a more productive year.
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