Breaking down Roddy White's deal

Flowery Branch -- Falcons wide receiver Roddy White's received a $6 million signing bonus when he signed a six-year contract extension with the Falcons last Saturday, according to the NFLPA.

Here's the breakdown of White's extension that is worth $48 million:

• In addition to the $6 million signing bonus, White will receive $6 million in a guaranteed base salary this season. His base salary of $6.6 million for 2010 also is guaranteed, making $18.6 million of the contract guaranteed.

• In 2011, White has a base salary for $4 million and a team option bonus of $5.3 million. In 2012, his base salary is $5.5 million followed by $5.6 million and $5 million in 2013 and 2014, respectively.

• There are also $4 million in incentives strewn throughout the deal, like the $960,000 option bonus and a workout bonus of $7,000.

White was set to make $2.28 million before the extension was reached. He held out of camp for eight days and amassed a fine of $127,104.

White's salary cap numbers are $8.113,530 in 2009; $7.8 million in 2010; $6.525 million in 2011; $8.025 million in 2012; $9.125 million in 2013; and $6.325 million in 2014. The team gets to prorate the bonus money over the length of the contract to come up with the actual salary cap number.