Saskatchewan Roughriders quarterback Zach Collaros is to earn within the neighbourhood of $300,000 together with base wage and a signing bonus, consistent with the phrases of his new contract with the CFL workforce.
Many of the arduous cash is within the type of a $175,000 signing bonus. The bottom wage is within the low six figures.
When playing-time bonuses are factored into the equation, Collaros’ profits may just exceed $400,000.
After the Roughriders received Collaros from the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in January of 2018, his repayment used to be renegotiated right down to $430,000, from $500,000-plus.
The 30-year-old Collaros proceeded to throw for two,999 yards, with 9 landing passes and 13 interceptions. The Roughriders had a 10-Four file in video games he began throughout the common season.
On the other hand, Collaros neglected 5 complete video games because of head accidents — together with the Roughriders’ 23-18 loss to the visiting Winnipeg Blue Bombers within the West Department semi-final.
Brandon Bridge began at quarterback for the Roughriders in that house playoff recreation. Collaros and Bridge each hit the open marketplace when the CFL’s free-agency duration started Feb. 12.
Roughriders common supervisor and vice-president of soccer operations Jeremy O’Day aggressively pursued quarterback Bo Levi Mitchell on Day 1 of loose firm. After Mitchell re-signed with the Calgary Stampeders, the Roughriders finished a brand new one-year handle Collaros.
Bridge signed with the Toronto Argonauts at the weekend. Rod Pedersen reported Saturday on his site that Saskatchewan didn’t be offering Bridge a brand new contract.
Saskatchewan has 3 quarterbacks below contract for 2019 — Collaros, Cody Fajardo and David Watford.
Fajardo, who spent remaining season with the B.C. Lions, used to be signed via Saskatchewan on Feb. 14. Watford, a CFL rookie with the Roughriders remaining season, has twelve months closing on his authentic deal.