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NFL free agency: Contract numbers for Sean Weatherspoon, Corey Peters, Cory Redding

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Just some numbers with cap implications as well.

Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

We know the Arizona Cardinals have signed some players. We don't know all the contract numbers, but we have some. Mike Iupati's specific numbers aren't out yet. We do have, though, the numbers and cap hits for Sean Weatherspoon, Corey Peters and Cory Redding.

Let's take a look:

Sean Weatherspoon:

His contract is a one-year, $3.85 million deal. he was given a $1.25 million signing bonus. He will get a $250,000 workout bonus. His salary will be $2.35 million. The cap hit is easy -- $3.85 million.

Corey Peters:

His deal is three years, worth $9 million. With incentives, it is worth up to $11.25 million.

He was given a $2 million signing bonus. He will get a $1 million roster bonus this year and a $150,000 workout bonus. His salary for this year is $1 million. He will get paid $4.1 million in actual money  in 2015.

His cap hit for this season will be $2.82 million ($1 million salary, $1 million roster bonus, $150,000 workout bonus and $666,666 prorated hit for signing bonus.

In 2016, his salary increases to $1.75 million. He will get a $150,000 workout bonus and a $100,000 roster bonus. His cap hit will be $2.67 million and, if cut, will create $3.08 million in dead money.

In 2017, he has the same roster and workout bonuses as 2016, but his salary goes up to $2.75 million. His cap hit increases to $3.67 million and the dead money would be $666,668 if released.

Cory Redding:

His contract is for two years, worth $6 million.

He was given a $2 million signing bonus and will make $1 million in salary in 2015. His cap hit will be $2 million.

In 2016, his salary increases to $3 million. His cap hit will be $4 million and, if released, his contract will count $1 million in dead money.