Source: A look at salary, bonuses, incentives in Brandon Browner's Saints contract _lowres

Advocate staff photo by SCOTT THRELKELD -- Carolina Panthers wide receiver Ted Ginn (19) beats New Orleans Saints cornerback Brandon Browner (39) for a touchdown during the third quarter Sunday, Dec. 6, 2015, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. Carolina won 41-38.

Several of you have asked for Brandon Browner’s contract details in recent days. Here they are, via a league source:

Base salaries

2015: $1,100,000 (guaranteed for skill/injury/cap)

2016: $2,750,000 (guaranteed for skill/injury/cap)

2017: $2,750,000

Signing bonus (prorated charge)

2015: $1.3 million

2016: $1.3 million

2017: $1.3 million

Roster bonus

2016: $750,000 due on third day of league year

2017: $750,000 due on the third day of league year

Per game bonuses

2016: $46,875 for each game he is active; $46,875 for each week on the 53-man roster. Maximum total: $1.5 million

2017: $46,875 for each game he is active; $46,875 for each week on the 53-man roster. Maximum total: $1.5 million

Performance incentives

2015

–$125,000 for 80 percent of the defensive plays and $125,000 for 85 percent of the defensive plays and $125,000 for 90 percent of the defensive plays. Maximum total of $375,000

— $125,000 for being named to the Pro Bowl

2016

None

2017

— $125,000 for 80 percent of the defensive plays and $125,000 for 85 percent of the defensive plays and $125,000 for 90 percent of the defensive plays. Maximum total of $375,000

–$125,000 for being named to the Pro Bowl

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