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The NFL playoffs begin this weekend. Players contracts are
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The NFL playoffs are about to begin and what people do not know is how players are paid for their appearance in these games. Players contracts are set up to pay throughout the season for the sixteen games they play. If they make the playoffs then they are paid the same as every other player on the team.
Here is a breakdown of the last years 2014 Playoffs/Super Bowl payouts. I would expect these numbers to increase for this years by a small amount:
• Wild-card game (division winners): $23,000
• Wild-card game (non-division winners): $21,000
• Divisional playoff game: $23,000
• Conference championship game: $42,000
• Super Bowl winners: $92,000
• Super Bowl losers: $46,000
A player on a division winner that plays in a wild-card game and goes on to win the Super Bowl would receive $180,000 (or $45,000 per game), the largest possible share.
H\T Kevin Manahan