Sport Rams TE Lance Kendricks falls 1 yard shy of $250,000 bonus

03:05  03 january  2017
03:05  03 january  2017 Source:   Sporting News

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Rams tight endLance Kendricks finished the seasonranked 21st among tight ends with 499 receiving yards, but he'll be kicking himself for the oneyard that got away.

As a part of his four-year, $18.5 million deal signed in 2015, Kendricks has a$250,000 bonus should he reach 500 receiving yards this season, according to ESPN.

Lance Kendricks © (Getty Images) Lance Kendricks

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Talk about heartbreak, but that sums up the Rams' season. AfterJared Goff took over under center in Week 11,Kendricks had no more than 51 yards in a game. He needed just 13 yards to get the bonus in Week 17 against the Cardinals but hauled in 2 of 3 targets for 12 yards. Yes, that's 499 receiving yards for the season.

Kendricks wasn't the only player to miss out on a bonus. DolphinsDECameron Wake missed out on an $875,000 bonus after notgetting a sack against the Patriots, and Colts kickerAdam Vinatieri missed out on $500,000 for failing to hit 90 percent of his field goal attempts.

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