Sport Taysom Hill contract details: Explaining the Saints' unique deal with potential for big money

13:40  25 november  2021
13:40  25 november  2021 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Taysom Hill has fit perhaps the most unique role in the NFL over the past couple years as a pass-catching, quarterback hybrid.

In 2020, the Saints' quarterback became the first player since 1999 to record at least 90 passing, rushing and receiving yards in a single season. For his career, he has 1,103 passing yards 913 rushing yards and 388 receiving yards, making him only the 13th player in history to have at least 1,000, 900 and 300 yards in the three categories, respectively.

And now, he's set to remain in a Saints' uniform for a few more years after he signed an extension on Monday.

The contract though is not like others in the NFL as it will fluctuate based entirely on his role with the team. What makes his deal unique? Sporting News breaks it down.

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Taysom Hill contract details

ESPN's Adam Schefter reported on Monday that Hill had inked a four-year contract that could range anywhere from $22.5 million to $95 million.

As Schefter explains, the contract will offer him a base salary of $40 million, and that he can make $55 million more if he becomes the starter under center.

That is going to be easier said than done for Hill, however. The Saints have seemed more content to use Hill in his super utility role in past years than thrust starting quarterback duties on him. Despite coach Sean Payton's praise, including a comparison to Steve Young, Hill has started at quarterback just three times in his NFL career, and lost his audition for starting quarterback to begin the 2021 campaign to Jameis Winston. He last started at quarterback on Dec. 13, 2020, against the Eagles.

In his four games as a starting quarterback, Hill has completed 71.9 percent of his passes for four touchdowns with two interceptions, and he's rushed 39 times for 209 yards and four more touchdowns.

Winston started the first seven games of the season, but tore his ACL in a 36-27 win against the Buccaneers on Oct. 31 that ended his season. He is a free agent at the end of the year.

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After Winston's injury, the Saints opted to use Trevor Siemian to start the next three games — Hill was unavailable to finish the game against Tampa Bay due to a concussion, but he has since appeared in two of the team's three games. Hill also missed the team's Week 11 game against the Eagles with a foot injury. Siemian has not found much success, having lost all three games so far with a 56.9 percent completion percentage, eight passing touchdowns and two interceptions.

Taysom Hill career earnings

Despite never actually being a consistent starting quarterback, Hill has made some decent money in his career with the Saints.

Following the end of the 2019 season, Hill signed a two-year, $16.3 million contract to stay in New Orleans for the next two seasons.

According to Spotrac, he has made $22,670,000 in career earnings during his NFL career.

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