Mike Williams’ contract info

The NFL Players Association has updated its salary database to include Mike Williams’ new contract, and over the next three years, Williams will make $1.75 million in 2011, $3 million in 2012 and $3.4 million in 2013. That’s only base salary, however, and does not include whatever signing bonus was agreed to or any incentives built into the contract. And based of what Pete Carroll said Monday, there are probably a lot of incentives built in, meaning Williams could make a lot more than the $8.15 million of base salary.

“It’s structured well so that Mike knows he has to keep working and doing things right and keep his roles in order and all of that,” Carroll said.

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