Wes Schweitzer

Right Guard

Age: 28
Free Agency: 2023 (UFA)
Accrued Seasons: 5
  • 2021 Salary Cap Charge: $5,000,000 (2.51% of cap)
  • 2021 Cash Payout: $4,000,000 (2.15% of spending)
  • 2021 Cash to Cap Ratio: 0.80
  • Contract Value: $13,500,000 ($4,500,000 APY)
  • Fully Guaranteed Money: $4,000,000
  • Contract Ranking: 11/72 at RG

Current Contract

(UFA, signed 2020)
(📝: indicates contract trigger occuring during that year)
YearAgeBase SalaryProrated BonusPer Game Roster BonusGuaranteed SalaryCap
Number
Cap %
Dead Money & Cap Savings
202027$1,000,000$1,000,000$500,000$1,000,000$2,500,0001.2%
202128$3,490,000$1,000,000$510,000$0$5,000,0002.5%
202229$4,490,000$1,000,000$510,000$0$6,000,0003.0%
Total$8,980,000$3,000,000$1,520,000$1,000,000$13,500,000

Contract Notes

Wes Schweitzer signed a three year contract with the Washington Redskins on March 18, 2020.  Contract is worth $13.5 million with $4 million guaranteed.  Schweitzer can up to $500,000 each year of the contract through per game active bonuses ($31,250 per game active).

Cash Flows

- fully earned money
- unearned or partially earned money
$4.5M
$9M
$13.5M
202020212022
Cash Due$4,500,000$4,000,000$5,000,000
Running Cash$4,500,000$8,500,000$13,500,000
Career Earnings: $8,277,380
Career APY: $1,655,476
Potential Earnings: $17,277,380
Total Guarantees: $4,132,380
Largest Cash Payment: $5,000,000 (2022)
Largest Cap Number: $6,000,000 (2022)

Contract History

TeamContract TypeStatusYear SignedYrsTotalAPYGuaranteesAmount Earned% EarnedEffective APY
FalconsDraftedExpired20164$2,472,380$618,095$132,380$3,777,380152.8%$944,345
WashingtonUFAActive20203$13,500,000$4,500,000$4,000,000$4,500,00033.3%$4,500,000
Earnings By Team
TeamYrsSalaryAPYPaid on Cap% Paid on CapPaid as Dead Money% Paid as Dead Money
Falcons4$3,777,380$944,345$3,777,3800.0%$00.0%
Washington1$4,500,000$4,500,000$2,500,0000.0%$00.0%

Season History

YearTeamBase SalaryProrated BonusPer Game Roster BonusGuaranteed SalaryCap
Number
Cap %Cash Paid
2016Falcons$450,000$33,095$0$0$483,0950.3%$582,380
2017Falcons$540,000$33,095$0$0$573,0950.3%$540,000
2018Falcons$630,000$33,095$0$0$663,0950.4%$630,000
2019Falcons$2,025,000$33,095$0$0$2,058,0951.1%$2,025,000
2020Washington$1,000,000$1,000,000$500,000$1,000,000$2,500,0001.2%$4,500,000
2021Washington$3,490,000$1,000,000$510,000$0$5,000,0002.5%$4,000,000
2022Washington$4,490,000$1,000,000$510,000$0$6,000,0003.0%$5,000,000
Total$12,625,000$3,132,380$1,520,000$1,000,000$17,277,380$17,277,380

Statistics

YearGames PlayedGames MissedSnaps
InjuredHealthyOffenseSpecial
2017150098.8%17.6%
2018151085.0%14.8%
2019151059.7%10.9%
2020160090.9%15.2%

Valuation Diamond

The diamond is a scatterplot graph that visualizes the relation of the player's APY (in green) and performance (in blue, as measured by OTC's Valuations) to the rest of the league at his position. To understand how to read the diamond, read this explainer.

OTC ValuationAPY
Regular$6,516,000$4,500,000
Injury Adjusted$6,516,000$4,500,000
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OTC Valuation $2.1M $4.3M $6.4M $8.5M $10.6M APY $3.0M $6.0M $9.0M $12.0M $15.0M $6,203,000 $1,879,599

Weekly Valuation Trends

The chart below illustrates the trend of the player's weekly OTC Valuations (in blue) from the most recent season, using APY (in green) and, if applicable, cash that is due to the player in the next season (in red) as benchmarks. Weeks not plotted indicate that the player was inactive or on a bye.

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