Who will be the highest-paid NFL players in 2023?

Here are the 20 highest-paid NFL players after Lamar’s extension Originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea

It’s a good time to be a star quarterback in the NFL.

Lamar Jackson It was the latest signal caller to be paid. The company agreed to a five year, $260million extension with the Baltimore Ravens On Thursday,

Jackson becomes the highest paid player in NFL history based on average annual value (52 million dollars), narrowly edging out Philadelphia Eagles The star Jalen Hurts ($51 million) Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers ($50.27 million).

With Jackson now at the top of the list, here’s a look at the highest-paid players for the upcoming season:

What are the highest paid NFL players in 2023?

It’s no surprise that the list of the NFL’s 20 highest-paid players is littered with quarterbacks. All 14 of the top players by average annual salary were quarterbacks.

Prior to Jackson’s record-setting deal, the aforementioned Hurts led the way with his brThe following are some examples of how to get started: new contract after leading the Eagles to a Super Bowl appearance. He shined on the biggest stage, totaling four touchdowns in Philly’s loss. After being selected in the second round in 2020, Hurts’ rookie contract expired one year sooner than his draftmates Joe Burrow, Tua Tagovailoa and Justin Herbert.

Rodgers follows Hurts in the order of salary. His may or may be adjusted to reflect the new system. New York Jets. The only player with an annual average value over $50 million is the four time MVP of the league.

Three other quarterbacks are also in the top six. Russell Wilson ($48.5 million), Kyler Murray (46.1 million $) Deshaun Watson ($46 million).

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes It is ranked 7th, and will earn $45 million in 2023. Seventh place, earning $45 millions in 2023. It is not fair that the league MVP and Super Bowl winner, who has been in office for two years, gets paid less than other players.

You will have to travel all the way back to find the first nonquarterback. Aaron Donald No. 15. You can also find out more about the following: Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle – and four-time Defensive Player of the Year – will make $31.67 million in 2023.

Here’s a complete look at the top 20 (per Spotrac):

1. Lamar Jackson, Ravens QB: $52 million 

2. Jalen Hurts, Eagles QB: $51 million

3. Aaron Rodgers, Packers quarterback: $50.27 Million

4. Russell Wilson: Broncos QB – $48.52 Million

5. Kyler Murray, Cardinals quarterback: $46.1 Million

6. Deshaun wandt, Browns Qb: $46million

7. Patrick Mahomes, Chiefs QB: $45 million

8. Josh Allen, Bills QB: $43 million

T-9. Daniel JonesGiants QB gets $40 million

T-9. Dak PrescottCowboys QB to receive $40 million

T-9. Matthew StaffordRams QB worth $40 million

12. Derek CarrSaints QB to receive $37.5 million

13. Kirk CousinsVikings QB: 35 million dollars

14. Jared GoffLions QB to receive $33.5 million

15. Aaron Donald, Rams DE: $31.67 Million

16. Tyreek HillDolphins wide receiver: $30 million

17. Ryan Tannehill, Titans QB: $29.5 million

18. T.J. Watt, Steelers OLB : $28.002 millions

19. Davante AdamsRaiders WR: 28 million dollars

20. DeAndre HopkinsCardinals WR : $27.25 millions

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