Former LSU tight end Foster Moreau has reportedly signed a four-year contract with the Oakland Raiders worth just over $3 million dollars with a $488,484 signing bonus.

The Raiders selected Moreau with the No. 137 overall pick in the fourth round of the NFL Draft last week. He is the first player that team drafted to sign a deal.

NFL Insider Adam Caplan was the first to report the deal.


Here are the details, according to OverTheCap.com
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That's a nice chunk of change for being a 4th rounder. Congrats Foster!
Reply2 months
Congrats to a great Tiger!
Reply2 months
That’s a lot of hookers and blow.
Reply2 months
Not after the commies in California, steal, I mean tax him
2 months
Very underrated player. Proud of him.
Reply2 months
Probably can’t afford to live in San Francisco at that salary
Reply2 months
750k a year? Yeah you can live in San Fran on that bud.
2 months
Great Kid! Well deserving! Now ball out Foster!
Reply2 months
Moreau is g9nna end up at the Patriots with etling
Reply2 months
uh.... no room for etling right?
2 months
Patriots staff really like Etling. I bet he gets a shot there.
1 month
Old
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Great family tradition.
Reply2 months
Good for him!
Reply2 months
Man, that is awesome news. Now, go out and dominate so that second contract sets you up for life!
Reply2 months
I wonder what is left after Cali taxes, agent, and federal taxes.
Reply2 months
He rich. He doin' this gig for fun.
1 month
Make if 5 and get the NFL pension. Good luck, Foster!
Reply2 months
Guaranteed amount Zero. Bonus is all he gets now until he makes the team
Reply2 months
So what's that...about 150K (on his signing bonus) after taxes in Cali?
Reply2 months
Pelosi's battery charger in her drawer needs paid.
1 month
Gotta be one of the shittiest contracts I've ever seen, especially when you consider the market. So much of that going to taxes + cost of living in LA. Did he even have an agent? ... Shafted royally.
Reply1 month
He is a 4th Round pick not 1st
1 month
rookie contracts are slotted - there's not much, if anything, an agent can do to negotiate it up. Now the second contract is a different story.
1 month
They are moving to Nevada in 2020. 750k/year there should be plenty
Reply1 month
Agreed. Hell Id ask to make the minimum I can while in Cali and once they move to Nevada, pay the rest. Itll be great to move to a state with no state income tax.
1 month
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