The top pick in the 2019 NFL Draft received a four-year contract worth an estimated $35 million, including a $23.4 million signing bonus.

Compensation for the first overall pick rises by about $2 million to $3 million each season, which would put Burrow’s deal into the $37 million range.

So now that he’s almost about to get paid, he’s setting up some other fees he’ll be charging. 

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Like for instance, he’ll be netting some cash for his John Hancock. 

Burrow has already signed on with Fanatics to sell his autographed merch. 

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