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Published: March 14, 2019 at 04:32 p.m.
Updated: Aug. 4, 2019 at 02:48 p.m.

NFL's biggest contracts for 2019

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady just reached a 2 year, $70 million contract extension. Take a look at the highest paid NFL players for the 2019 season, as ranked by their average yearly salary according to Over the Cap. Russell Wilson (Seattle Seahawks) and Ben Roethlisberger (Pittsburgh Steelers) sign multi-year extensions to top the highest-paid player list in the NFL, surpassing Aaron Rodgers deal with the Green Bay Packers. See who else gets the bread.

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    1) Russell Wilson (QB), Seattle Seahawks - $35,000,000

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    2) Ben Roethlisberger (QB), Pittsburgh Steelers - $34,000,000

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    3) Aaron Rodgers (QB), Green Bay Packers - $33,500,000

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    4) Carson Wentz (QB), Philadelphia Eagles - $32,000,000

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    5) Matt Ryan (QB), Atlanta Falcons - $30,000,000

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    6) Kirk Cousins (QB), Minnesota Vikings - $28,000,000

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    7) Jimmy Garoppolo (QB), San Francisco 49ers - $27,500,000

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    8) Matthew Stafford (QB), Detroit Lions - $27,000,000

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    9) Derek Carr (QB), Oakland Raiders - $25,005,000

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    10) Drew Brees (QB), New Orleans Saints - $25,000,000

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    11) Andrew Luck (QB), Indianapolis Colts - $24,594,000

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    12) Khalil Mack (OLB), Chicago Bears - $23,500,000

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    13) Alex Smith (QB), Washington Redskins - $23,500,000

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    14) Tom Brady (QB), New England Patriots - $23,000,000

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    15) Aaron Donald (DE), Los Angeles Rams - $22,500,000

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    16) Joe Flacco (QB), Denver Broncos - $22,133,333

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    17) Nick Foles (QB), Jacksonville Jaguars - $22,000,000

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    18) Eli Manning (QB), New York Giants - $21,000,000

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    19) DeMarcus Lawrence (DE), Dallas Cowboys - $21,000,000

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

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    21) Frank Clark (DE), Kansas City Chiefs - $20,800,000

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    22) Cam Newton (QB), Carolina Panthers - $20,760,000

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    23) Michael Thomas (WR), New Orleans Saints - $20,000,000

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    24) Von Miller (OLB), Denver Broncos - $19,083,333

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    25) Odell Beckham Jr. (WR), Cleveland Browns - $18,000,000

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    26) Trey Flowers (DE), Detriot Lions - $18,000,000

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    27) Bobby Wagner (LB), Seattle Seahawks - $18,000,000

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    28) Cameron Jordan (DE), New Orleans Saints -$17,533,333

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    29) Fletcher Cox (DT), Philadelphia Eagles - $17,100,000

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    30) Dee Ford (OLB), San Francisco 49ers - $17,000,000

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    31) Grady Jarrett (DT), Atlanta Falcons - $17,000,000

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    32) Olivier Vernon (DE), Cleveland Browns - $17,000,000

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    33) C.J. Mosley (ILB), New York Jets - $17,000,000