The NFL and the NFL Players Association have reached a $100 million deal to extend a contract extension for the 2016 season, the league announced Wednesday.NFL officials said the deal includes a salary cap of $126 million for 2016 and is in line with other agreements made by the NFL and NFLPA over the past decade.
The deal is subject to the approval of the league’s owners, and the agreement will not be final until the owners vote on the deal.
The extension includes a $75 million signing bonus for the first four seasons of the deal, which will be phased in over three years, according to the league.
The league also will provide additional incentives to lock down players and provide a guarantee of $100,000 for each of the next two seasons if a player wins the Super Bowl.
The NFL will pay the Raiders a total of $77.7 million in 2016 and $75.5 million in 2017 and 2018.
That will be paid in two installments.
The Raiders are set to pay a total $51.9 million in the first year of the agreement, which is a portion of the $48.9.5 in salary cap room, the team announced.
The Browns, who are in the midst of a three-year contract extension, are set for a $56 million salary cap in 2016, $51 million in each of 2017 and 2019, and $49 million in 2020 and 2021.
They are set at $60 million in 2019, $40 million in 2018, and a $29.3 million cap in 2021.
The Raiders and Ravens are set with $48 million in salary-cap space in 2016.