Davis' deal includes weight requirements
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Right tackle Anthony Davis' contract extension with the 49ers includes $7.25 million in "de-escalators" if he fails to complete workouts and "weight requirements," a source told CSNBayArea.com.

Davis and the 49ers agreed last week on a seven-year deal worth $37.295 million that includes five new years added to his original contract. He received a $7.5 million signing bonus.

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His first-year base salary of $880,000 is fully guaranteed, and his entire base salaries of $1.845 million and $2.35 million are guaranteed in 2014 and 2015, respectively, if he remains on the 49ers roster on April 1 in each of those seasons. In 2016, $2.1 million of his $2.65 million salary is guaranteed if he is on the team on April 1 of that year.

The 49ers and Davis agreed to "de-escalators" in each of the seven seasons. His base pay would decrease significantly if he fails to fulfill workout and weight requirements. In the final five years of Davis' contract, $1.25 million annually is tied to attendance at offseason workouts and his weight, the source said. It is not known what requirements have been set.

Davis and Greg Schiano, his coach at Rutgers and current coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, were often at odds over Davis' weight in college. Davis reportedly enrolled at Rutgers as a 363-pound freshman. The 49ers list Davis at 6-foot-5, 323 pounds. The 49ers traded up two spots to select Davis with the No. 11 overall pick in the 2010 draft. He has started every game at right tackle in his NFL career.

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The 49ers are approximately $1 million under the salary cap after Davis' contract extension, which raises his 2013 cap figure from $3.56 million to $4.25 million.

Davis has reasonable cap figures for the duration of his deal: $7.53 million in 2014; $6.72 million in 2015; $5.15 million in 2016; $6.5 million in 2017; and $6.375 million in both 2018 and 2019.