As reported on Thursday night, there is a belief that a sale of Commanders is imminent. A new fact supports this timetable.
Notably, signing bonuses for newly-signed contracts are not imminent.
TheAthletic.com’s Ben Standig reports that the deals were finalized last week. Delay the initial payment schedule, Instead of the first installment being payable within 15 to 30 days after execution, the money is due approximately two months after execution.
For example, the contract signed by the defensive tackle Daren Payne provides standing copy for the first payment to be made by May 12, 2023. Quarterback Jacoby BrissettThe contract also specifies that the initial payment will be made by May 12.
This is a departure from the team’s previous precedent. Given the circumstances, it suggests that the signing bonus would be paid by someone else.
PFT reported Thursday night that owners Daniel and Tanya Snyder kicked out of facility It’s late December, and there is a belief within the building that a sale is imminent. Some believe it could be quietly kicked off next week, and then announced at league meetings in Arizona, which begin next weekend.
In the three days since that report, there has been no effort by the team or anyone else to push back against it.
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