DL Kingsley Keke salary, contract details, cap hit

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The Arizona Cardinals recently signed defensive lineman Kingsley Keke to a one-year contract. He spent the last three seasons with the Green Bay Packers and part of this offseason with the Houston Texans before he was released.

Keke has appeared in 41 games in his career, starting 17, and has 54 tackles and 6.5 sacks.

Over the Cap has the details of his contract, which we go over below.

Kingsley Keke contract details, cap hit

The deal for Keke is simple. It is a one-year deal worth as much as $1 million.

There is no signing bonus. He will make $965,000 in salary and can earn a roster bonus of $35,000.

That bonus is presumably if he makes either the 53-man roster or the Week 1 active roster.

If he is cut before the roster bonus is due, then the Cardinals have no cap hit. If he makes the team, his cap hit will be $1 million.

His contract is identical to the one Michael Dogbe got to re-sign with the team.


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