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We take a look at the projected four-year rookie deal the former Michigan linebacker can expect from the Steelers"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsSteelers Film Room2018 NFL Draft AnalysisLatest NewsLatest NewsSteelers Contracts and Salary CapExpected salary cap costs of Steelers 2019 first-round draft pick Devin BushNew Womens James Conner Jersey ,28commentsWe take a look at the projected four-year rookie deal the former Michigan linebacker can expect from the Steelers EDTShareTweetShareShareExpected salary cap costs of Steelers 2019 first-round draft pick Devin BushChristopher Hanewinckel-USA TODAY SportsHaving heard his name called as the Pittsburgh Steelers 2019 first-round draft pick, Devin Bush will soon become a rather wealthy young man. And thanks to a sliding scale for rookie contracts agreed to under the terms of the CBA, the former Michigan linebacker should already have a good idea of how much being drafted by the Steelers will earn him. Using figures generated by OverTheCap.com, we can now also work out how much Bush will cost Pittsburgh over the length of his rookie deal and how it will impact their salary cap position this year. A number that will be much higher than it would otherwise have been if the Steelers had remained at pick No.20. Bush is projected to earn a total of just under $19 million as part of a four-year deal that will include a signing bonus worth around $11.75 million. Like all players selected in the draft this year, he will receive a base salary of just $495,000 in year one. a contract worth a total of $5.5 million, one that would have come with a cap hit of just over $1 million in year-one. Costing the Steelers less than $3.5 million against the cap this season T. J. Watt Jersey , Bush will actually only use up around $2.86 million in salary cap space after displacement. As a first-round draft pick, Pittsburgh will also hold a fifth-year option on his contract under current CBA rules. In a brand new show titled ‘Yeah, I said it’, we talk about some burning topics surrounding the Pittsburgh Steelers." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteBehind the Steel Curtaina Pittsburgh Steelers communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsSteelersOddsShopAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Latest NewsSteelers Film Room2018 NFL Draft AnalysisLatest NewsFiled under:Latest NewsBTSC On DemandPodcast: Why Ben Roethlisberger should have taken the middle roadNew,13commentsIn a brand new show titled ‘Yeah, I said it’, we talk about some burning topics surrounding the Pittsburgh Steelers.EDTShareTweetShareSharePodcast: Why Ben Roethlisberger should have taken the middle roadAt this point you heave heard Jerome Bettis Jersey White , or read, Ben Roethlisberger’s one-on-one interview with KDKA TV in Pittsburgh. Maybe you watched the interview and thought, “Ah, Ben took the high road.” Or maybe you watched and thought, “What the heck? Why doesn’t Ben blast Antonio Brown like Brown blasted him while leaving town?!”Either way, the high road or the low road, the best course of action should have been the middle road. Not sure what the middle road would be in this situation? This is where the newest BTSC podcast “Yeah James Conner Jersey White , I Said It” comes in. My co-host on ‘The Standard is the Standard’, Lance Williams, talks about how Roethlisberger should have made a statement, but without making a scene.Lance is the perfect man for the job, and delivers the goods in the latest show.Check out the audio below: in the comment section below, and don’t forget to follow us on all our audio platforms by following the links below:Apple Users: CLICK HERESpotify: CLICK HEREGoogle Play: CLICK HERE

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