Former Bison QB Lance Signs Second Biggest Contract in Draft Class
Deal worth four years, 34.1 million
SANTA CLARA, Cali. — Just before the San Francisco 49ers took the field together for the first time as a team, their first round draft pick was getting his money. Quarterback Trey Lance signed a four-year, 34.1 million dollar deal all guaranteed. The former Bison receives 22 million of that amount up front as a signing bonus.
The contract is the second biggest among all rookies taken in this year’s draft.
If he wanted to Lance could buy the moon, live on a yacht the rest of his life or purchase 60 thousand years worth of ice cream.