Rodger Saffold Contract, Salary and Net Worth

Rodger Saffold

The Buffalo Bills have significantly improved their offensive line as the NFL free agency process gets under way.

The Bills and Rodger Saffold have agreed to a one-year contract, the organization announced on Monday. The deal’s complete terms were not made public.

According to Titans Wire, the Tennessee Titans released Saffold late last week as a salary cap measure. Tennessee will save $10.4 million in 2022 by cutting him.

Rodger Saffold
Rodger Saffold

Saffold can now be signed to a contract by the Bills because the Titans already dismissed him. It is not necessary for the two parties to wait until Wednesday, when the NFL’s “legal tampering period” ends.

Los Angeles Rams selected Saffold in the second round of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Saffold has had successful seasons lately. In 2021, he was selected as a Pro Bowler.

Saffold “struggled in pass protection and fought with an injury that saw him going in and out of games fairly regularly,” Titans Wire did report, despite this, last season.

According to Pro Football Focus, that is true. Saffold received an overall rating of 68.8 from the football analytics source in 2021. He was supported, nevertheless, with a 76.1 run-blocking mark. His pass protection grade of 44.8 was seen as extremely poor.

Saffold previously agreed to a $44 million, four-year contract with the Titans. Prior to that, he played for the Rams from 2010 until 2018.

Rodger Saffold Contract

Rodger Saffold agreed to terms with the Buffalo Bills on a one-year, $6,250,000 contract that included a $4,000,000 signing bonus and a $5,950,000 guarantee.

Rodger Saffold Salary

Rodger Saffold makes $6,250,000 a year on average. Saffold will receive a base salary of $1,950,000 in 2022, a signing bonus of $4,000,000, a roster bonus of $225,000, and a workout bonus of $45,000, while carrying a $4,220,000 cap hit.

Rodger Saffold Net Worth

Rodger Safflod has an estimated net worth of $10 million dollars