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Published: May 15, 2017 at 08:51 p.m.
Updated: May 17, 2017 at 02:30 p.m.

NFL's biggest contracts for 2017

Check out the highest paid NFL players for the 2017 season, as ranked by their average yearly salary according to Over the Cap.

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  • 1) Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts - $24,594,000 25

    Ric Tapia/Associated Press

    1) Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts - $24,594,000

  • 2) Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints - $24,250,000 24

    Paul Jasienski/Associated Press

    2) Drew Brees, New Orleans Saints - $24,250,000

  • 3) Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins - $23,943,600 23

    Mark Tenally/Associated Press

    3) Kirk Cousins, Washington Redskins - $23,943,600

  • 4) Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens - $22,133,333 22

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    4) Joe Flacco, Baltimore Ravens - $22,133,333

  • 5) Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers - $22,000,000 21

    Paul Sancya/Associated Press

    5) Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers - $22,000,000

  • 6) Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks - $21,900,000 20

    Ric Tapia/Associated Press

    6) Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks - $21,900,000

  • 7) Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers - $21,850,000 19

    Aaron M. Sprecher/Associated Press

    7) Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers - $21,850,000

  • 8) Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals - $21,000,000 18

    Ric Tapia/Associated Press

    8) Carson Palmer, Arizona Cardinals - $21,000,000

  • 9) Eli Manning, New York Giants - $21,000,000 17

    Aaron M. Sprecher/Associated Press

    9) Eli Manning, New York Giants - $21,000,000

  • 10) Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers - $20,812,500 16

    Matt Patterson/Associated Press

    10) Philip Rivers, Los Angeles Chargers - $20,812,500

  • 11) Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers - $20,760,000 15

    Mike McCarn/Associated Press

    11) Cam Newton, Carolina Panthers - $20,760,000

  • 12) Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons - $20,750,000 14

    Aaron M. Sprecher/Associated Press

    12) Matt Ryan, Atlanta Falcons - $20,750,000

  • 13) Tom Brady, New England Patriots - $20,500,000 13

    Gregory Payan/Associated Press

    13) Tom Brady, New England Patriots - $20,500,000

  • 14) Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins - $19,250,000 12

    Winslow Townson/Associated Press

    14) Ryan Tannehill, Miami Dolphins - $19,250,000

  • 15) Von Miller, Denver Broncos - $19,083,333 11

    Jeff Lewis/Associated Press

    15) Von Miller, Denver Broncos - $19,083,333

  • 16) Brock Osweiler, Cleveland Browns - $18,000,000 10

    Ric Tapia/Associated Press

    16) Brock Osweiler, Cleveland Browns - $18,000,000

  • 17) Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions - $17,666,667 9

    Butch Dill/Associated Press

    17) Matthew Stafford, Detroit Lions - $17,666,667

  • 18) Sam Bradford, Minnesota Vikings - $17,500,000 8

    Matt Patterson/Associated Press

    18) Sam Bradford, Minnesota Vikings - $17,500,000

  • 19) Muhammad Wilkerson, New York Jets - $17,200,000 7

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    19) Muhammad Wilkerson, New York Jets - $17,200,000

  • 20) Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia Eagles - $17,100,000 6

    Al Tielemans/Associated Press

    20) Fletcher Cox, Philadelphia Eagles - $17,100,000

  • 21-tie) Olivier Vernon, New York Giants - $17,000,000 5

    Aaron M. Sprecher/Associated Press

    21-tie) Olivier Vernon, New York Giants - $17,000,000

  • 21-tie) Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers - $17,000,000 4

    Aaron M. Sprecher/Associated Press

    21-tie) Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh Steelers - $17,000,000

  • 21-tie) Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs - $17,000,000 3

    Aaron M. Sprecher/Associated Press

    21-tie) Alex Smith, Kansas City Chiefs - $17,000,000

  • 24) Justin Houston, Kansas City Chiefs - $16,833,333 2

    Joe Mahoney/Associated Press

    24) Justin Houston, Kansas City Chiefs - $16,833,333

  • 25) Trumaine Johnson, Los Angeles Rams - $16,742,400 1

    John Cordes/Associated Press

    25) Trumaine Johnson, Los Angeles Rams - $16,742,400

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