12 Mar 2010
Brad Biggs has the top 12 earners in performance-based pay over at the National Football Post.
For those unfamiliar with the system, Biggs explains:
The system divides a total of $109,532,000 among the 32 teams with $3,422,875 being divided by each team. The league uses a formula based on playing time percentage and a player’s salary cap.
9 comments, Last at 27 Mar 2010, 4:11am by sports-veronica
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