TALLAHASSEE -- Florida State offensive line coach Rick Trickett received last week a $55,000 raise and two-year extension that pushes his newly-amended annual base salary beyond $450,000, according to documents released by the university Tuesday.

In addition to the terms of Trickett's extension, the school also released the contracts of the football program's final two assistant-coaching hires, running backs coach Jay Graham and tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator Tim Brewster.

Graham will be paid $275,000 in annual base salary on a two-year deal. Brewster will be given $290,000 in annual base salary on his own two-year deal. Trickett, whose contract carries him into Jan. 2016, will now make $455,000 each year.

The oldest coach on staff, Trickett already was one of the highest paid assistants on staff before his contract extension. Since his updated contract in 2011, he had been paid $400,000.

As an entire staff, FSU's coaches will make $5,610,000 before bonuses this coming season. Next year, due to a $100,000 increase to new quarterbacks coach Randy Sanders' salary, the group will make $5,710,000.

Although three of FSU's holdovers -- Trickett, Odell Haggins and Lawrence Dawsey -- received raises, FSU's 2012 staff actually made more than this year's staff will. Before the 2012 group got broken up this offseason, it made $5,658,000 in base salary.

Trickett's postseason bonuses will be based upon by his salary and supplemental compensation. They cannot exceed $200,000, per state statutes. The terms of his bonus structure have not changed.

Graham and Brewster share the same bonus structure. They'll both be paid $5,000 if the Seminoles reach the ACC Championship. They'll be given an additional one month's salary if the team appears in a non-BCS bowl game. If the team plays in a BCS game, they will receive a bonus of one-and-a-half month's salary. If FSU reaches the national championship, both will receive two month's pay as their bonus.

Other new assistants have similar terms to their bonuses.

Earlier this offseason, the Seminoles hired six new assistants, including Graham and Brewster, to take over for the seven total who left the program. Billy Napier was one recent hire who left just 22 days after he had signed his contract.

Graham left Tennessee to come to FSU. Brewster was hired from Mississippi State after a career that has taken him to various NFL and coaching stops.

Here is the complete breakdown of the salaries of FSU's current staff and previous staff, based on base salaries. They are broken up by 2013 and 2014 years because assistant Randy Sanders will make more on the second year of his contract than he will the first:

New staff (2013)

Head coach -- Jimbo Fisher: $2,750,000

Running backs coach -- Jay Graham: $275,000

Tight ends coach/recruiting coordinator -- Tim Brewster: $290,000

Quarterbacks coach -- Randy Sanders: $225,000

Offensive line coach -- Rick Trickett: $455,000

Receivers coach -- Lawrence Dawsey: $315,000

Defensive coordinator -- Jeremy Pruitt: $500,000