Todd Hartley has done extraordinary work in his time with the Georgia tight ends. And he is now being compensated very well for his efforts.
The Georgia tight ends coach received a contract extension through the 2023-24 season which will pay him $650,000, an increase from his previous salary of $450,000 according to an Open Records request obtained by DawgNation. The new deal makes Hartley the highest-paid tight ends coach in the country that does not have the title of offensive coordinator or co-offensive coordinator.
The contract was signed by Hartley on April 18, just two days after Georgia wrapped up spring practice. The buyout on the deal also jumps from 20 percent to 50 percent.
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