After Bonus, Stafford Now Counts for $20.82 Million Against Salary Cap

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After Bonus, Stafford Now Counts for $20.82 Million Against Salary Cap
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Matthew Stafford just missed out on his second straight 5,000-yard passing season, but he was good enough this year to trigger a $500,000 escalator in his contract for 2013, according to NFLPA records. Stafford, who the Lions intend to work out a new contract with sometime this spring, now has a cap number of $20.82 million for next season.

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