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Break Down Of Kyle Long’s Contract

Kyle Long poses for photographs with general manager Phil Emery and head coach Marc Trestman. (Adam Hoge/CBSChicago.com)

Kyle Long poses for photographs with general manager Phil Emery and head coach Marc Trestman. (Adam Hoge/CBSChicago.com)

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(CBS) The Bears inked first-round draft picked Kyle Long to a four-year contract over the weekend with an option for a fifth year.

In total, the No. 20 overall pick out of Oregon will earn $8,300,952 through the first four years of the deal.

Here is a break down of the disbursement, as compiled by the Chicago Tribune.

Signing bonus: $4,417,056

2013 base salary: $405,000

2014 base salary: $782,316

2015 base salary: $1,159,632

2016 base salary: $777,158

2016 roster bonus: $759,790 (due third day of league year)

The Tribune reports the base salaries are 100 percent guaranteed.