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Bobby Hart won’t be guaranteed much with the Bills based his contract details.
Previously a lightning rod for opinion because of his play with the Giants and Bengals, respectively, Hart got a minimum deal in Buffalo. Per Spotrac, Hart signed a one-year, veteran minimum contract recently with the team.
His base pay will be $900,000 with $137.5K guaranteed as a signing bonus. If cut, the Bills would only endure a dead cap of $350K as well, so he’ll have to earn any roster spot he takes up.
Overall, it’s a bit of a mixed contract. Hart is essentially on a “prove-it deal.” Buffalo lost tackle Ty Nsekhe to the Cowboys this offseason, so Hart will get a look to prove he’s worthy of the swing tackle spot behind Dion Dawkins and Daryl Williams.
As of now, only former undrafted rookie Trey Adams stands between him and that job, but Adams was once a touted prospect. The Bills could also draft another rookie at the 2021 draft as well.
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