A source with knowledge of the situation told NFL Network's Jason La Canfora that Incognito will earn a base salary of $725,000, with bonuses totaling $200,000. Incognito could earn a maximum of $425,000 in per-game roster bonuses for being active on game day, giving him a top compensation of $1.35 million.
The Dolphins will be Incognito's third NFL team since December. He has started 47 games during his five-year career, but he concedes that he has a reputation for being "a less than model citizen."
Incognito was a third-round draft pick by the Rams in 2005, but he eventually wore out his welcome in St. Louis. He criticized the Rams' dwindling fan base in 2008, made an obscene gesture to a television cameraman during practice and encouraged hecklers by cupping his hands to his ears while leaving the field after a loss.
Incognito left Nebraska after his sophomore season and was kicked off the team at Oregon before turning pro.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.