Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow is making $8.259 million in base salary this season, but he's going to miss out on a $4.45 million bonus. Winslow's contract contains a huge incentive clause that will not be met. The contract was signed after Winslow was traded to Tampa Bay in 2009 and it stipulated that Winslow would be paid the hefty bonus at the end of the 2011 season if certain criteria were met. Winslow needed to record 80 receptions in each season from 2009 through 2011 and be selected to the Pro Bowl each year. Winslow has done neither. He had 77 receptions in 2009 and 66 in 2010. He has 58 through 13 games this season.
Winslow Missing Out On Big Bonus