The top 10 salaries for the 2019 NFL season are below.
The numbers below are based on median earnings from five years worth of data collected by Forbes.
The data are weighted by years of experience, with the top earning players earning more than $100 million per year.
Here’s a look at the 10 highest-paid players in 2019:The NFL Salary Cap, which caps each player’s contract at $60 million, is set to rise by an additional $15 million to $75 million for 2019.
In other words, teams are paying more to players in the middle of the salary cap, even if their salary caps aren’t growing.
The average NFL player is making $1.2 million per season, according to the ESPN Moneyball analysis.
That’s down from the $2.2-million average in 2019, which ranked among the top 20 earners.
However, it’s a big jump from the previous five years, when the average NFL salary was $2 million.
The next highest paid player is wide receiver Demaryius Thomas, at $2,876,000 per season.
Here are the 10 lowest-paid NFL players:This year’s salary cap hit for wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins is set at $5.3 million, according of Forbes.
He was the highest-ranking wide receiver in 2019 by the number of years he had played in the NFL, according for the ESPN Football salary cap database.
He also ranks fifth among wide receivers.