Brandon Graham will have a shot at earning even more money than he originally signed for over the next two seasons.
The Eagles have added incentives to the final two years of Graham's amended contract, a league source confirmed to CSNPhilly.com's Reuben Frank on Wednesday.
ESPN.com's Field Yates was first to report the news and details of Graham's revised deal.
Graham can earn up to $500,000 more this season and $1 million more in 2018, per Yates' report. Graham's performance in 2017 will dictate how much more he can earn in base salary in 2018.
If Graham records seven or eight sacks in 2017, his base salary in 2018 will increase by $250,000. If his sack total falls between nine and 11, his base salary increases by $500,000. Finally, if he records 12 or more sacks, his base salary increases by $750,000.
In addition, Graham will have a chance to increase his base salary by another $250,000 if he is voted into the Pro Bowl on the original ballot or is named to an all-NFL team.
Currently in the third year of a four-year, $26 million deal, the 29-year-old defensive end was set to earn a base salary of $6.5 million over the next two seasons.
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In his first full season as a starter in 2016, Graham compiled 5.5 sacks and 59 tackles en route to being named second-team All-Pro.
Despite having his best season to date, Graham was left off the original Pro Bowl ballot and was absent from all-NFL teams. Combine that with the fact of Graham's career high for sacks in a single season being 6.5, and it will take another step forward from Graham for him to earn the added incentives.