The NFL’s new contract is far from perfect

New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning will receive $100 million in the final year of his contract, but the contract will still include some significant differences.

Here are the biggest ones.

less Eli Manning receives $100M in the last year of contract.

New York Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick receives $50M in 2016, $10M in 2017 and $5M in 2018.

The Giants will receive a salary cap increase of $16.5 million in 2019 and the Jets will receive another $15M in 2020.

The Jets are also expected to receive $10 million in cap space in 2021.

Eli Manning has signed a four-year, $100-million deal with the Giants.

The deal will be for a total of $125M.

less New York Yankees outfielder Alex Rodriguez signs a four year, $200-million contract with the New York Mets.

Rodriguez is expected to make $55M in 2019, $55 million in 2020 and $65 million in 2021 with a $60 million salary cap hit.

The Yankees are expected to be one of the NFL’s most profitable franchises in 2020 with a projected $90 million in revenue.

The Mets will also receive $7 million in signing bonus.

The New York Red Sox will receive an additional $15 million in incentives in 2021, including $2 million in base salary.

The Red Sox are expected be one the NFLs most profitable teams in 2020, with an estimated $100.5M revenue in 2021 and $120.5MM in 2021 alone.

The 2017 MLB Players Association announced that it has awarded $50.5 to the Yankees, a significant increase from the $32.5 per game they were scheduled to receive in 2020 on the first year of their deal.

The MLBPA is also expected grant $5 million to the New Orleans Pelicans.

The league will receive two bonus checks totaling $15.5million.

The Miami Dolphins will receive the second-largest of any team in the NFL with $10.25 million in total guarantees.

Miami is expected receive $25.5m in 2019 alone and $30m in 2020 in total.

The Dolphins are expected receive a $5.5-million bonus for signing an undrafted free agent out of Texas.

The first-year minimum for free agents is $3.1 million.

The franchise tag is set to increase to $8.1m in 2018, but if Miami doesn’t make the playoffs in 2019 or 2020 the franchise tag will be increased to $9.6m.

The tag will then be increased again in 2020 to $10m.

If Miami does make the postseason in 2019 then the tag will increase to the $12.1-million threshold.

Miami will also have $20.5 in cap room in 2020 as they will receive three additional draft picks, two first-round picks, and one fourth-round pick.

Miami could be one among several teams that are looking to trade for another franchise quarterback in 2018 if the salary cap remains stagnant.

The Jacksonville Jaguars are among several NFL teams that could be looking to move on from Matt Ryan if the franchise tags remain at the current levels.

The Jaguars have a projected cap of $127.3 million in 2018 with a projection of $155.7 million through 2020.

Jacksonville’s cap will likely be $120M by 2020 with $50m in cap money to move up to $100-$120M in 2021 should they miss the playoffs.

The Seattle Seahawks will have $25M in cap savings for the 2019 season with $8M in free agency, a salary cut from the team’s 2017 salary cap of over $90M.

The team has a projected salary cap space of $110.6 million with a total projection of just under $130M in total cap space.

The Bills have a $30M cap in 2019 with $12M in salary cuts from their 2017 cap of almost $80M.

Buffalo is projected to have a cap space reduction of $10% in 2020 which will lead to a $4.4M salary cap savings of $11.5-$12M for 2019.

The Chargers are projected to make an additional salary cap $9M in 2024, $15 in 2025 and $18 in 2020 from their current $75M cap of around $140M.

A $2.4-million salary cap saving will be made available to San Diego’s two unrestricted free agents, Michael Brockers and DeMarcus Ware, to increase their cap space by $1M in each of the following years.

San Diego is projected as one of several NFL franchises to make additional moves this offseason.

The San Francisco 49ers are expected earn $1.4 million in salary cap relief with $1 in guaranteed money from the contract of the former Pro Bowl running back Marshawn Lynch.

The former Seahawks running back signed a two-year deal with Seattle in 2017 with $4M guaranteed.

The 49ers have an estimated cap space cap of just over $150M.

With the potential of another big-name