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Published on August 30th, 2012 | by Timothy Makalinao

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Top 10 Highest Paid Quarterbacks in the NFL 2011

Top 10 Highest Paid Quarterbacks (QB) in the NFL 2011! Numeroten here to give you the salaries of how much the top 10 highest paid starting quarterbacks are going to make this year, and how they are making it. You also find out who the highest paid quarterback is! VERY IMPORTANT NOTE, even though the starting quarterback has a contract it is important to know that it is not averagely spread throughout the years, the beginning of the contract pay is usually much less, and the ones nearing the end of the contract usually get paid more. So even though the contract may not look as much it may be the contract’s biggest paying year, and is not necessarily based on the biggest contract. Well, Numeroten presents Top 10 Highest Paid Starting Quarterbacks (QB) in the NFL 2011.


(Before reading Please Make Sure You Read The Very Important Note on the Top)
10. Philip Rivers – 2011 Salary $12,192,857 – Base Salary $8,400,000 – Signing Bonus $2,792,857 – Other Bonuses $1,000,000 – Contract 7 years / $98,250,000 – Signing Bonus 7 years / $19,550,000 – Last Year of Contract 2016 – Age 29 – Team San Diego Chargers
Philip Rivers
Philip Rivers – ShareAlike-Attribution License By Keith Allison

9. Matt Cassel – 2011 Salary $12,455,200 – Base Salary $12,250,000 – Signing Bonus $0 – Other Bonuses $205,200 – Contract 6 years / $63,000,000 – Signing Bonus 6 years / $0 – Last Year of Contract 2014 – Age 29 – Team Kansas City Chiefs
Matt Cassel
Matt Cassel – ShareAlike-Attribution License By Jeffrey Beall

8. Matt Ryan – 2011 Salary $12,750,000 – Base Salary $11,250,000 – Signing Bonus $0 – Other Bonuses $1,500,000 – Contract 7 years / $72,000,000 – Signing Bonus 7 years / $0 – Last Year of Contract 2013 – Age 26 – Team Atlanta Falcons

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7. Eli Manning – 2011 Salary $12,940,475 – Base Salary $8,500,000 – Signing Bonus $1,857,142 – Other Bonuses $2,583,333 – Contract 7 years / $106,900,000 – Signing Bonus 7 years / $13,000,000 – Last Year of Contract 2015 – Age 30 – Team New York Giants
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Eli Manning – Flickr Attribution License By Marianne O’Leary

6. Matthew Stafford – 2011 Salary $13,033,333 – Base Salary $9,000,000 – Signing Bonus $3,033,333 – Other Bonuses $1,000,000 – Contract 6 years / $72,000,000 – Signing Bonus 6 years / $18,200,000 – Last Year of Contract 2014 – Age 23 – Team Detroit Lions
Detroit Lions Quarterback Matthew Stafford
Matthew Stafford – Flickr Attribution License By Marianne O’Leary


5. Tom Brady – 2011 Salary $13,208,120 – Base Salary $5,750,000 – Signing Bonus $3,200,000 – Other Bonuses $4,258,120 – Contract 5 years / $78,500,000 – Signing Bonus 5 years / $16,000,000 – Last Year of Contract 2014 – Age 34 – New England Patriots
Tom Brady
Tom Brady – ShareAlike-Attribution License By Keith Allison – Home Page Featured

4. Michael Vick – 2011 Salary $14,400,000 – Base Salary $13,000,000 – Signing Bonus $1,400,000 – Other Bonuses $0 – Contract 6 years / $100,000,000 – Signing Bonus 5 years / $7,000,000 – Last Year of Contract 2016 – Age 31 – Team Philadelphia Eagles
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Michael Vick – Flickr Attribution License By Ed Yourdon

3. Ben Roethlisberger – 2011 Salary $14,750,000 – Base Salary $11,600,000 – Signing Bonus $3,150,000 – Other Bonuses $0 – Contract 5 years / $80,000,000 – Signing Bonus 5 years / $25,200,000 – Last Year of Contract 2016 – Age 29 – Team Pittsburgh Steelers
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Ben Roethlisberger – Flickr Attribution License By SteelCityHobbies

2. Peyton Manning – 2011 Salary $16,000,000 – Base Salary $3,400,000 – Signing Bonus $4,000,000 – Other Bonuses $8,600,000 – Contract 5 years / $90,000,000 – Signing Bonus 5 years / $20,000,000 – Last Year of Contract 2016 – Age 35 – Team Indianapolis Colts
Peyton Manning
Peyton Manning – ShareAlike-Attribution License By Jeffrey Beall

1. Mark Sanchez – 2011 Salary $17,250,000 – Base Salary $14,750,000 – Signing Bonus $0 – Other Bonuses $2,500,000 – Contract 5 years / $50,500,000 – Signing Bonus 5 years / $0 – Last Year of Contract 2013 – Age 24 – Team New York Jets
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Mark Sanchez – Flickr Attribution License By Ed Yourdon





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