Kline signed a two-year contract extension with the Patriots that runs through the 2017 season, a league source told ESPN.com’s Field Yates. The starting guard was slated to become a restricted free agent after this season.
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Kline, who’s listed at 6-foot-3 and 300 pounds, signed with the Patriots as an undrafted free agent in 2013. The Kent State product has appeared in 27 games with the Pats over the last three seasons.
The base value of Kline’s extension is $3.3 million, according to Yates. The maximum value of the deal reportedly is $4.9 million.
Here are the details of Kline’s new contract, per Yates:
Signing bonus: $750,000 2016 base salary: $950,000 2016 roster bonus: $200,000 (46-man per game) 2016 incentives: $400,000 for 55 percent of snaps or $800,000 for 75 percent 2017 base salary: $1.4 million 2017 roster bonus: $200,000 (46-man per game) 2017 incentives: $400,000 for 55 percent of snaps or $800,000 for 75 percent.