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Former LSU cornerback Rashard Robinson has signed his rookie contract with the San Francisco 49ers. The deal is a 4-year, $2,723,393 contract, according to

Rashard Robinson signed a 4 year, $2,723,393 contract with the San Francisco 49ers, including a $383,393 signing bonus, $383,393 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $680,848. In 2016, Robinson will earn a base salary of $450,000 and a signing bonus of $383,393. Robinson has a cap hit of $545,848 while his dead money value is $383,393.
Robinson was selected in the 4th round by the 49ers. He played two seasons at LSU before he was dismissed from the team after the 2014 season.
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The TurdBurglar98 months
One of the biggest steals of the entire draft
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EazyBreesy98 months
Good for him. Good player. San Fran got him cheap and for 4 yrs.
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The Pirate King98 months
Good for him I guess, but this isn't doing young inner city African American males any favors. They look at this and say "damn, I can fail drug tests and steal while in school, and still become a millionaire"
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moon98 months
Eric Reid better lock up his apartment.
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lsufan197198 months
He is a 4th rd pick and was a total FU. Imagine if he would have his head on straight he could have been a late 1st or early 2nd rd pick.
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themunch98 months
Good for him and LSU
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AlabamasSalaryCap98 months
It's crazy that you can frick up so much, but if you're good at football, you can still come out a millionaire in a relatively short period of time. Not hating, get your paper. It's just crazy.
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LetGeauxMyEggo98 months
"Winning solves everything" Tiger Woods haha
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IMJ12798 months
Just like you can be an awesome attorney and a crackhead and still make quarter MM.
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