In 2014-15, the journeyman QB who’s very famous with pay per head sportsbooks will make $4.75 million, and in 2015-16 he will get $5.25 million, according to sources. The contract also guarantees $4.75 million.
The two-year deal was confirmed by Michael McCartney, McCown’s agent.
Sources said that the player can earn $5 million more in incentives – $1 million each year for playing time and another $3 million for making it to the playoffs.
Pay per head sportsbooks saw that on Wednesday, Buccaneers coach Lovie Smith said that McCown will compete for the starting job.
“Every position there’s competition. We have starting rotations,” Smith said. “Gerald McCoy is at the top of the depth chart with our starting rotation and then you have to have a certain level of play for guys to stay that way. That’s the way it’s always been with me. There has to be a starting spot, a starting point, a starting person to go out there first and that would be Josh.”
Price per head services saw that McCown, 34-years-old, played a very important role for the Chicago Bears as they implemented a new offense under offensive coordinator Aaron Kromer and coach Marc Trestman, and Bears general manager Phil Emery said that the player is as a “glue guy” in the locker room.
McCown played in a total of eight games, with three wins in five starts, taking the place of injured starter Jay Cutler, with very strong performances that sparked plenty of debate amongst fans and pay per head sportsbooks on whether he should become the full-time starter.
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The player set a team record with 36 completions in a loss to the St. Louis Rams on November 24, and on December 15 he was named NFC Offensive Player of the Week. Pay per head sportsbooks know that he’s also ranked third in the NFL with a 109.0 passer rating.