The Bears tried to add a few wrinkles to make it difficult for the Saints to keep Josh Hill.

As part of his deal, the tight end has a no-trade clause written into his deal for the 2016 and 2017 seasons, according to source. The clause was written in by the Chicago Bears, who signed Hill to an offer sheet, and became part of the deal when New Orleans matched the offer.

The clause was put in by the Chicago Bears, who signed Hill to an offer sheet, and became part of the deal when New Orleans matched the offer.

But the good news is that his cap number of $1.58 million is actually lower than his tender of $1.67 million, which means keeping him actually gave the Saints a little more cap room in 2016.

The full details of the agreement are below:

2016

Cap number: $1.58 million

Base salary: $750,000 (fully guaranteed)

Roster bonus (prorated): $833,333 (fully guaranteed)

Incentives (not likely to be earned): $100,000 (Pro Bowl)

2017

Cap number: $2.638 million

Base salary: $1.65 million

Roster bonus (prorated): $833,333 (fully guaranteed)

Roster bonus: $12,500 per game active (up to $200,000)

Incentives (not likely to be earned): $100,000 (Pro Bowl)

2018

Cap number: $2.833 million

Base salary: $1.8 million

Roster bonus (prorated): $833,333 (fully guaranteed)

Roster bonus: $12,500 per game active (up to $200,000)

Incentives (not likely to be earned): $100,000 (Pro Bowl)

Escalator: Up to $750,000 for receptions and yards