Highest Paid Players in NFL

Highest Paid Players in NFL


Highest Paid Players in NFL



Name of Players

Salary Amount

Contract Year



Aaron Rodgers

$50 Million



Russell Wilson

$49 Million



Kyler Murray

$46 Million



Deshaun Watson

$46 Million



Patrick Mahomes

$45 Million



Josh Allen

$43 Million



Derek Carr

$40 Million



Dak Prescott

$40 Million



Matthew Stafford

$40 Million



Kirk Cousins

$35 Million




Aaron Rodgers: $50 Million

Rodgers led the NFL in touchdown interception rate six times in consecutive years from 2011-2021, multiplied the number of touchdown passes from 2011 to 2021 and increased the touchdown passing percentage in those years to a total of three attempts in 2011, 2016 and 2020 twice on touchdown passes in previous years and once on the patio for repeat in 2011 equaling the 2020 completion percentage.



Russell Wilson: $49 Million

Wilson played college football and baseball for NC State from 2008 to 2010 before moving to Wisconsin in 2011 where he set an FBS record for most passers in a season taking them to the Big Ten and 2012 in Led the Rose Bowl He also played minor league baseball for the Tri City Dust Devils in 2010 and the tourists of the location of Asheville in the year of 2011 as a second baseman.



Kyler Murray: $46 Million

Kyler Cole Murray was born August 7 and was a 1997 American football quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals of the National Football League which is the abbreviation of NFL. After his time at Texas M and as well as Texas A which called as Murray played college football in Oklahoma where he won the Heisman Trophy as a junior. Murray was selected first overall pick by the Cardinals in the 2019 NFL Draft and was selected ninth overall by the Oakland Athletics of Major League Baseball MLB in the 2018 draft making him the first player to be drafted in the first round by either sport.



Deshaun Watson: $46 Million

After a prolific rookie season cut short by injury Watson led the Texans to back to back division titles in 2018 and 2019 and led the league through transition in 2020. He also received the Pro Honors Bowl each of his three seasons as Houston's main starter. He ranks fourth in career completion percentage out of 1,500 and third in career completion percentage all time.



Patrick Mahomes: $45 Million

Patrick Mahomes delivers his season by replacing the person named as Alex Smith. He was named a starter in 2018 after the Chiefs sold Smith to the Washington Redskins. The season of Patrick Mahomes threw for the yards which are given as according to the specific interferences. He was the only quarterback in history to throw for more than five thousand yards in both college and the NFL in a single season. He came to Peyton Manning as the only player in NFL history to have 50 touchdown passes and five thousand yards in a single season.



Josh Allen: $43 Million

Allen had a breakthrough in 2020 when he led the Bills to their first major title and playoff win since 1995 leading to an appearance in the AFC Championship Game. He also set Bills franchise records for assists and touchdowns in a season while earning second team Pro Bowl and All Pro honors. Allen led the Bills to multiple division titles over the next two years their first franchise since 1991 and broke several other franchise and league records with passing and quarterback stats.



Derek Carr: $40 Million

A four time Pro Bowler named as Carr helped the Raiders qualify for the playoffs in the 2016 season and the franchise's first appearance since 2002 and another playoff appearance in 2021. After a not disappointing 2022 season Carr lost his starting job and agreed with Raiders management to be fired at the end of the season. He left the Raiders as the franchise leader in assists touchdowns and completions.



Dak Prescott: $40 Million

Prescott player who would serve as a backup in his rookie season became the Cowboys which are at the starting quarterback after starter Tony Romo picked up an injury in the preseason. He then led the Cowboys to first place at the National Football Conference NFC and set multiple records for rookie quarterbacks by being named Offensive Rookie of the Year. Since then Prescott has led the Cowboys to two more division titles and two Pro Bowl appearances. In 2022 he won Walter Payton for NFL Man of the Year.



Matthew Stafford: $40 Million

Like Lions a great starter from 2009 to 2020 Stafford had a breakout season in 2011 when he became the fourth quarterback in the NFL to throw for five thousand yards in a single season leading the Lions to their first playoff appearance since 1999. He led Detroit to back to back playoff appearances in 2014 and 2016 earning Pro Bowl honors in the former and setting an NFL season record for most comeback wins in the latter. After the agreement of the part of ways with the Lions then Stafford was traded to the Rams club in the date of 2021 and led them to a Super Bowl victory.



Kirk Cousins: ​​​​​​​​​​$35 Million

Kirk Cousins Daniel was ​​​​​​​​​​born on the date of August 19 1988 which is an American football quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League NFL. He played college football in Michigan and was drafted by what was then known as the Washington Redskins in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft as a replacement for fellow rookie Robert Griffin. Cousins ​​made one off appearances in his first three seasons before replacing Griffin after injury in 2015 where he was a starter for the team until 2017. With the Redskins Cousins ​​set multiple franchise records and was named the 2017 Pro Bowl.



Reddit Soccer Streams