The contract was renegotiated on May 9.
Bradford's salary cap figure for 2012 is still $15.595 million with a guaranteed base salary of $6 million and a roster bonus of $6 million that has already been paid to the former Oklahoma star on May 11.
He was initially due a $12 million guaranted base salary, but $6 million of that figure was converted into the roster bonus.
In 2013, Bradford is still due a base salary of $9 million.
Of that figure, $8 million is fully guaranteed for skill, injury and cap.
Bradford triggered that base salary for 2013 through his rookie performance two years ago.
His salary-cap figure for 2013 is $12.595 million.
In 2014, Bradford is due a non-guaranteed $14.015 million base salary with a $17.61 million salary-cap figure.
In the final year of his contract in 2015, Bradford is due a non-guaranteed $12.985 million base salary with a $16.58 million salary-cap figure.
Bradford's contract includes annual $666,666 in incentives based on making the Pro Bowl or being ranked among the top five quarterbacks.
The total remaining value of the contract over the next four years is $48 million and includes $20 million in guaranteed money.
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