NFL’s Most Overpaid Players

This list highlights the players in the NFL who get paid a little too much for what they do. Whether they are a big name in the game, or not, some players swim in money that they don’t always deserve.

Eli Manning

Eli Manning

The New York Giants QB soaks in a lot of dough, simply because he was a Super Bowl MVP. He makes roughly $15.27 million a year. We know that there is a lot wrong with the league’s salary structure and Manning’s pay is a perfect example.

Brandon Carr

Brandon Carr

The Cowboys Cornerback is an explosive player that makes way too much money. With an annual salary of $10 million, Carr has a long-term deal worth $50 million total.

Luckily, he’s had a successful season to solidify his extreme paycheck.

Ray Rice

Ray Rice

We are not discrediting what the Baltimore Ravens RB has done in his career, but he is simply getting too old to play up to par with other young backs in the league. With a whopping annual salary of $7 million, Rice rakes in way more than he deserves for his recent mediocre play.

Mike Wallace

Mike Wallace

Wallace spent four seasons with the Steelers and now he’s making moves in Miami with the Dolphins. He signed a five-year deal worth $60 million. The reason behind the big check is Jeff Ireland’s need for an excellent receiver. They say you get what you pay for…

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