Jaelan Phillips' Contract Details: Salary, Cap Hit, and Earnings

Phillips’ injury

During a play unrelated to direct contact, Phillips tore his Achilles tendon in the fourth quarter of the Week 12 game against the Jets.

The linebacker for the Dolphins is expected to miss the remainder of 2023.

Phillips’ contract details

According to Sportac, Phillips signed a rookie contract for $14,018,202 with the Dolphins in 2021.

Phillips’ contract details

The deal included a signing bonus of $7,555,056 and a $14,018,202 total guarantee.

Phillips’ base salary

Phillips is expected to make $1,934,382 in base pay in 2023, which would add to a $3,823,146 cap hit.

By the end of the 2023 season, Phillips, in his third contract year with Miami, should have accrued $11,446,629 in career earnings.

An extension is possible

Phillips will become a free agent after the 2024 campaign, but given his excellent play for Miami,

An extension is possible

the organization might think about extending his deal.