Actually, scratch that. I'm wrong. I thought it was a front-loaded deal.
It's 3 years, $10 million, with $3 million signing bonus and $4.8 guaranteed. His salary number for 2013 was only $800,000, so we'd end up eating some dead space if we cut him next year.
**** you, Dorsey.
The other interesting thing about it, though, is there's a clause that makes the contract void if he throws for 2000 yards in a season, basically putting in a clause that he's accepting this money as a backup QB, but if the time ever comes where he's not just holding a clipboard on Sundays, he's going to get paid starters money.