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Amon-Ra St. Brown's contract details: What's his yearly salary with the Detroit Lions?




The Detroit Lions locked in Amon-Ra St. Brown with a contract extension that will see them hang onto a receiver whose hands are as golden as his name suggests. St. Brown’s new four-year deal, averaging just a fraction over $30 million per year, is a testament to his electrifying presence on the field. His 3,500 receiving yards and 21 touchdowns over three seasons speak to his relentless drive. The 2023 season alone saw him amass 1,515 yards and 10 touchdowns, painting the picture of a rising star.

St. Brown’s journey from a fourth-round pick out of USC to one of the NFL’s top receivers is a narrative of grit and glory. This contract extension, elevating him to the highest-paid in his position, marks a significant chapter in Detroit’s resurgence.

Now, let’s dive into the nitty-gritty of St. Brown’s contract, as laid out by

  • 2024: A guaranteed base salary of $1.366 million with a prorated bonus of $3.496 million, culminating in a cap number of $4.862 million.
  • 2025: The stakes rise with a guaranteed $8.3 million base salary, a $5 million prorated bonus, and a cap number hitting $13.91 million.
  • 2026: This year shines brightest with a $27.5 million guaranteed base salary, adding to the $5 million prorated bonus, creating a cap number of $33.11 million.
  • 2027: Slightly easing, his base salary drops to $23.37 million, with $14.834 million guaranteed at signing and the same $5 million prorated bonus, making the cap number $28.98 million.
  • 2028: The final year of the extension holds a hefty $35.4 million base salary with the $5 million prorated bonus, bringing the cap number to $41.01 million.

In the heart of Motown, the Lions have made their statement clear. With St. Brown, Detroit’s roar echoes louder, painting a promising horizon for their loyal pride.