Quarterback Ryan Mallett's recently-completed deal with the Ravens does not include guaranteed money.
The deal is essentially a two-year, $1.6 million pact that includes a $1.5 million base salary for 2016, and a prorated $745,000 for the final three weeks of this season.
Mallett, 27, can earn an additional $1 million in extremely-reachable playing time incentives. The most the quarterback could make is $2.5 million. He was released by the Houston Texans this season following a pattern of unprofessional conduct.
The $2.5 million is in line with what some other experienced backups have gotten in recent years, including the Miami Dolphins’ Matt...