There is a lot to consider when it comes to the biggest contracts for NFL stars.
Which stars are worth the most money, and which stars should be in the same boat?
The answer to that is hard to say.
The NFL has gone through a number of salary cap revisions in the past few years, and it’s difficult to judge whether the salaries of players on some teams have actually gone up.
The most notable changes to the NFL salary cap in 2016 were the increases to the base salaries of wide receivers, running backs, and defensive backs.
In 2017, those base salaries increased by about $1.5 million, and in 2018, those numbers increased by $1 million.
It’s not impossible to see how a big increase to a wide receiver’s base salary could be a big bump in his price tag, but the amount of the increase depends on what kind of contract the wide receiver is entering into.
While some of the biggest increases were for wide receivers with base salaries over $50 million, other wide receivers have had bigger increases.
Some of those increases have been as much as $20 million or more.
In some cases, the big jumps have come for players who are currently on the roster but who may end up in the draft.
The most notable example of that came in the case of wide receiver Percy Harvin.
The Seahawks signed Harvin to a five-year, $50.5-million contract.
The contract paid him $9.5M in base salary, and $9M in incentives for each year of his deal.
That would mean that $15.1M of his $17.5MM salary in 2017 and 2018 was in base pay, and that would be more than $30M more than his current contract, according to Spotrac.
However, those incentives weren’t enough to get Harvin in the playoffs.
While he would have made $18.8M this year, he’d have made only $3.8 million if he was healthy, and his incentives were only worth $4.5m.
If Harvin’s deal were extended past the 2021 season, he would only make $11.8MM, which would have been the third-highest amount of any wide receiver on the market.
The other two most notable wide receivers who are now entering the draft include Odell Beckham Jr. and Ryan Tannehill.
Both of these players have had the luxury of a large extension and an injury-prone season.
In 2019, Beckham made $36.6M, while Tanneill was $25.7M.
The salary cap is expected to rise to $69.7MM in 2020, which is almost $50M more money than it was in 2018.
The two biggest reasons for that are because of the increased salary cap and the emergence of young players.
Both Beckham and Tanneil have been huge successes for their teams.
While Tanneileh made $19.4M this season, Beckham was $18M.
Beckham was a big contributor to the New York Giants in the Super Bowl, while his contract with the Dolphins was also a major success.
The Lions also drafted both players in the first round, which will likely put a big dent in their salary cap next year.
With the number of players entering the NFL draft and free agency in the future, there is a chance that these players could end up making even more money, especially if they are selected by another team.
The reason why those contracts are so lucrative is because the teams can get their hands on the players and make them pay for a year or two of their time in Detroit.
The cap room will also be in a position to help a team like the Jaguars, who have had some success in free agency.
Jaguars general manager David Caldwell and quarterback Blake Bortles signed five-years, $52.6 million deals with base pay of $10.5-$12.5 Million.
Bortllles signed a five years, $36M deal with $18 Million in incentives, and Caldwell signed a four-year deal with a $18 million bonus.
Those two deals combined will make Bortley a big money signing for the Jaguars.
The team also added two wide receivers in free Agency, wide receiver Marquise Goodwin and wide receiver Rishard Matthews.
Goodwin, a third-round pick in the 2016 draft, signed a one-year $6.8 Million contract with $1 Million in guaranteed money.
Matthews, a fifth-round selection in the 2017 draft, has a three-year contract with a base salary of $7.3 Million and incentives worth $5.5.
Both Goodwin and Matthews have big contracts for the next four years.
Matthews will make $22.4 Million next season, while Goodwin will make about $21.3 million.
While that’s a little higher than Bortly’s contract, both contracts will still be well above the