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    NFL's Leaders in Performance based pay

    Very interesting article. Found it interesting that there are nto bigger #'s all around.

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    By Tom Pelissero

    Chicago Bears tackle Jordan Mills will receive $318,243 from the performance-based pay pool for 2013, the largest amount given to any NFL player.

    The league pool is $3.46 million per team and is designed to reward players who make the least and play the most.

    Mills, for instance, received a $164,800 signing bonus as a fifth-round draft pick in 2013 and had a minimum base salary of $495,000 last season, when he played 70.28% of the Bears’ offensive snaps.

    Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict – who was awarded a league-high $299,465 in performance-based pay for 2012 – led all defensive players with a 2013 payout of $315,847. Dallas Cowboys guard Ronald Leary was awarded $307,104.43.

    Players will receive their performance-based play checks April 1, 2016.

    The following are the performance-based pay leaders for all 32 teams in 2013:

    Arizona: SS Yeremiah Bell ($263,097.02)

    Atlanta: LB Joplo Bartu ($262,927.41)

    Baltimore: WR Marlon Brown ($235,461.74)

    Buffalo: CB Nikell Robey ($184,289.37)

    Carolina: DB Melvin White ($269,714.50)

    Chicago: T Jordan Mills ($318,243.96)

    Cincinnati: OLB Vontaze Burfict ($315,847.68)

    Cleveland: FS Tashaun Gipson ($266,299.14)

    Dallas: G Ronald Leary ($307,104.43)

    Denver: LB Danny Trevathan ($244,979.85)

    Detroit: G Larry Warford ($260,630.09)

    Green Bay: T David Bakhtiari ($256,882.22)

    Houston: FS Shiloh Keo ($213,028.51)

    Indianapolis: LB Jerrell Freeman ($248,772.35)

    Jacksonville: FS Josh Evans ($181,318.06)

    Kansas City: CB Marcus Cooper ($253,736.78)

    Miami: TE Charles Clay ($218,254.85)

    Minnesota: G Brandon Fusco ($237,060.74)

    New England: DT Chris Jones ($232,313)

    New Orleans: CB Corey White ($212,448.55)

    New York Giants: FS Will Hill ($215,375.65)

    New York Jets: LB Demario Davis ($196,081.07)

    Oakland: SS Brandian Ross ($225,518.97)

    Philadelphia: C Jason Kelce ($259,815.06)

    Pittsburgh: T Kelvin Beachum ($236,666.97)

    San Diego: WR Keenan Allen ($218,153.62)

    Seattle: G J.R. Sweezy ($258,414.01)

    San Francisco: NT Tony Jerod-Eddie ($194,558.50)

    St. Louis: FS Rodney McLeod ($280,915.83)

    Tampa Bay: CB Leonard Johnson ($208,864.53)

    Tennessee: DT Jurrell Casey ($205,013.31)

    Washington: T Tyler Polumbus ($190,600.88)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brewer94 View Post
    Very interesting article. Found it interesting that there are nto bigger #'s all around...
    Really? Why do you say that? The league isn't paying them a salary after all, it is, essentially, a $110 mil league wide bonus program. For a bonus program it seems pretty substantial to me.

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    Lol, Polumbus? He should have been FINED for his play last season, if anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subroc View Post
    Really? Why do you say that? The league isn't paying them a salary after all, it is, essentially, a $110 mil league wide bonus program. For a bonus program it seems pretty substantial to me.
    That's about 1% of the NFL's $10B 2012 revenue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patriot Pride View Post
    That's about 1% of the NFL's $10B 2012 revenue.
    Seems like a substantial bonus program to me?

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    I didn't know that.

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    Good program. I like this.

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    Wait, so Russell Wilson isn't getting Seattle's bonus? Seriously?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinnsanity View Post
    Wait, so Russell Wilson isn't getting Seattle's bonus? Seriously?
    He's paid more and the other dude played a lot of snaps.

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    Not surprised Beachum got ours. I am a little surprised by the amount.
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    Quinnsanity and warfelg, the OP is only listing team leaders. The entire list is included in the link.

    Here is a link to the entire list of payouts for each team.

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    Last edited by subroc; 03-27-2014 at 09:48 AM.

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    I know it was leaders. Just saying not surprised Beachum was our leading Performance based pay. He was originally slated to be the 6th offensive lineman and ended up starting like 12 games I think.
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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    I know it was leaders. Just saying not surprised Beachum was our leading Performance based pay. He was originally slated to be the 6th offensive lineman and ended up starting like 12 games I think.
    I am also surprised at how many rookies led the Patriots list. Chris Jones and Joe Vellano were a couple rookies that earned a nice $200K+ bonuses while making league minimum. There were another bunch of rookie/2nd year players who earned $100K+ bonuses. I expect that is a nice bonus for a rookie or any player whose pay is hovering around league minimum.

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    Yea. That's what the whole program is meant for. Min salary players who play a big part on their team. Funny that for us Pouncey only got $450 and another guy got like $200.
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    Quote Originally Posted by subroc View Post
    Seems like a substantial bonus program to me?
    Well Goodell's salary is about half that at .05%. Just to put it in perspective. Could be a little bigger IMO. We will see if it increases as the NFL revenue increases.

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