Jadeveon Clowney was paid a bonus of $1.005 million on the second to last day of the regular season.

The Houston Texans paid out the bonus as part of a resolution over a dispute of which position he should have been listed as playing under his fifth-year option, according to a source.

The option, which is built into the contracts of all players selected in the first round, pays players based on their position and draft slot.

Although details are unclear, Clowney likely contended he should have been designated as a defensive end and not a linebacker, as a defensive end on the fifth-year option was entitled to larger total pay in 2018.