The obvious talking point is the size of the contract. The $34m in guarantees dwarfs what Chris Long received from the Rams last year as the second overall pick ($29m) and Darren McFadden as the fourth overall pick ($26m). It beats what Tyson Jackson reportedly got third overall ($31m) and Jason Smith second overall ($33m).
It smashes what quarterback Mark Sanchez ($28m) received in guarantees fifth overall and comes close to what Matt Ryan earned from the Falcons last year ($34.75m). It even beats what last year's number one pick Jake Long received from the Dolphins ($30m).
Nobody has confirmed the size of the contract, but it certainly appears Team Curry won this battle of negotiations. It's a huge investment at the linebacker position for the Seahawks, who if nothing else must surely own the most expensive linebacker corps in the NFL.
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