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Anthony Davis owes 49ers $1.235 million this year, $1.5 million next year

49ers offensive lineman Anthony Davis left the team over the weekend, without officially retiring. The designation won’t matter; he’ll owe the team the balance of the signing bonus money that he previously received in anticipation of future services. Specifically, Davis owes $1.235 million for 2016. That figure represents 14/17ths of his allocation for the current…
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