NFL Salaries 2016

The National Football League is one of the popular football sporting leagues in America. The salary count on the year 2015 in NFL for different teams remained not updated in many. The sports come up with a packed atmosphere of the viewers in the stadium.

The NFL salaries for the year 2015 will clinch bit down when compared to the salary history of the year 2014. The reason behind reducing expenditure on purchasing players who were paid more and purchasing players who are attacking rather than defensive. The salary cap for the year 2015 will rise by 8 million at an average when compared to 2014 which stands at 133 million dollars and the estimated for 2015 would range accordingly and may oscillate between 141 Million Dollar to 144 million dollars.

As this helps the player to fill the rest of the free cap space for the year 2014 and make the players more benefited. The estimated Cap space in a team would be 22 Million Dollars. This adds an advantage to the League teams that have a left out cap space in the previous season and make it to this year by spending nearly 153 Million Dollars on players of what a team was given limited to Salary cap of 144 Million Dollars.
The top two players of NFL 2015 Cap Hit are Tony Romo with 27.7 Million Dollars and Drew Brees with 26.4 Million Dollars. The teams that would hit the top Cap tracker this year 2015 are Jacksonville Jaguars, Cleveland browns and with last year's leading total cap Miami Dolphins.

Highest Paid Player Contracts for NFL 2015

Player Team Average Salary Contract Total Amount Guaranteed
Aaron Rodgers Green Bay Packers $22,000,000 5 years $110,000,000 $54,000,000
Ben Roethlisberger Pittsburgh Steelers $21,850,000 4 years $87,400,000 $60,750,000
Matt Ryan Atlanta Falcons $20,750,000 5 years $103,750,000 $42,000,000
Joe Flacco Baltimore Ravens $20,100,00 6 years $120,600,000 $29,000,000
Drew Brees New Orleans Saints $20,000,000 5 years $100,000,000 $40,000,000
Ndamukong Suh Miami Dolphins $19,000,000 6 years $114,000,000 $59,955,000
Colin Kaepernick San Francisco 49ers $19,000,000 6 years $114,000,000 $61,000,000
Jay Cutler Chicago Bears $18,100,000 7 years $126,700,000 $54,000,000
Tony Romo Dallas Cowboys $18,000,000 6 years $108,000,000 $55,000,000
Matthew Stafford Detroit Lions $17,666,667 3 years $53,000,000 $41,500,000

NFL Salaries by Team

NFC East Payrolls  AFC East Payrolls
NFL Dallas Cowboys Salaries Dallas Cowboys NFL Buffalo Bills Salaries Buffalo Bills
NFL New York Giants Salaries New York Giants NFL Miami Dolphins Salaries Miami Dolphins
NFL Philadelphia Eagles Salaries Philadelphia Eagles NFL New England Patriots Salaries New England Patriots
NFL Washington Redskins Salaries Washington Redskins NFL New York Jets Salaries New York Jets
NFC West Payrolls AFC West Payrolls
NFL Arizona Cardinals Salaries Arizona Cardinals NFL Denver Broncos Salaries Denver Broncos
NFL San Francisco 49ers Salaries San Francisco 49ers NFL Kansas City Chiefs Salaries Kansas City Chiefs
NFL Seattle Seahawks Salaries Seattle Seahawks NFL Oakland Raiders Salaries Oakland Raiders
NFL St. Louis Rams Salaries St. Louis Rams NFL San Diego Chargers Salaries San Diego Chargers
NFC North Payrolls AFC North Payrolls
NFL Chicago Bears Salaries Chicago Bears NFL Baltimore Ravens Salaries Baltimore Ravens
NFL Detroit Lions Salaries Detroit Lions NFL Cincinnati Bengals Salaries Cincinnati Bengals
NFL Green Bay Packers Salaries Green Bay Packers NFL Cleveland Browns Salaries Cleveland Browns
NFL Minnesota Vikings Salaries Minnesota Vikings NFL Pittsburgh Steelers Salaries Pittsburgh Steelers
NFC South Payrolls AFC South Payrolls
NFL Atlanta Falcons Salaries Atlanta Falcons NFL Houston Texans Salaries Houston Texans
NFL Carolina Panthers Salaries Carolina Panthers NFL Indianapolis Colts Salaries Indianapolis Colts
NFL New Orleans Saints Salaries New Orleans Saints NFL Jacksonville Jaguars Salaries Jacksonville Jaguars
NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers Salaries Tampa Bay Buccaneers NFL Tennessee Titans Salaries Tennessee Titans