In addition to the 20 central contracts, players have been awarded "increment contracts and "pace bowling development contracts".
Jadeja coming out at No.5 to protect an out-of-form Rahane was bizarre and it didn't take much time for Woakes to get him to nick one into the palms of Root.
The England bowlers came out all guns blazing on Saturday morning and wrapped the third Test up against India in the opening session itself.
India vs England third Test: Ollie Robinson managed to move the ball throughout the innings, says Joe Root
Joe Root believes it was a clinical show from the boys as the team registered an innings victory to level the five-match series 1-1 with two games to go.
Fresh from his maiden five-wicket haul in the opening Test at Trent Bridge, Robinson removed Kohli (42) who edged it to Joe Root at first slip.
While Ollie Robinson proved to be a good selection with his fifer, England is plagued by top order troubles, especially with Zak Crawley averaging 11.14 from his last 14 Test innings.
Resuming the day at 125 for four, India added 153 valuable runs to their first innings score in testing conditions.
India vs England first Test: Rahul soldiers on as India overtake England to reach 191 for 5 at lunch
India adds 66 runs to their overnight score of 125/4 before lunch on day three; loses Rishab Pant
A Cricket Discipline Commission Panel announced its decision in relation to two charges brought against pacer Ollie Robinson.
Robinson was suspended by the ECB for his offensive racist and sexist tweets, dating back to 2012-13 when he was 18 and 19.
Robinson issued an apology for the posts he sent in 2012 and 2013, when he was in his late teens, which were unearthed and shared online on the day he made his Test debut against the Black Caps.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has made it clear they have a zero-tolerance policy for any sort of discrimination.
Veteran paceman Anderson, who is set to become England's most-capped Test player this week, said players were "trying to learn" from the situation.
England's Ollie Robinson was suspended after racist and sexist tweets posted by the paceman in 2012 and 2013 emerged during the first Test at Lord's.
Robinson was suspended by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), pending an investigation, after his racist and sexist tweets in 2012 and 2013 emerged on social media.