NFL players have a lot of options when it comes to their personal wealth.
For example, the average NFL player earns about $100,000 a year.
But that average includes endorsements, endorsements from corporations and endorsements from sponsorships and endorsement deals with other teams.
The average NFL salary is about $60,000, but the average salary for a player is higher for the elite quarterbacks like Cam Newton and Russell Wilson.
The top-10 earners are more likely to be athletes.
Here are the top 10 NFL earners based on the NFL’s minimum salary: Aaron Rodgers: $80,000 Michael Vick: $60.3 million Aaron Rodgers has a $80 million annual salary.
But he also receives $12 million in endorsements and a $5 million endorsement deal with Puma, according to Forbes.
Vick is also on the list of the league’s most valuable players with an estimated $70 million.
But the league doesn’t disclose how much he earns from his endorsement deals.
Tom Brady: $55.9 million Tom Brady, the New England Patriots quarterback, makes about $55 million a year for his endorsement deal.
But according to the Wall Street Journal, he also makes $5.4 million from endorsements.
The Patriots are also the most valuable team in the NFL.
Andrew Luck: $48.6 million Andrew Luck, the Indianapolis Colts quarterback, has a lot going for him.
Luck is an NFL MVP and has won four Super Bowls.
He also receives a $8.7 million endorsement from Nike.
His endorsement deals also pay dividends.
Tom Coughlin: $41.8 million Tom Caughey, the former Cleveland Browns head coach, is the highest-paid coach in the league.
But Coughlins endorsement deals pay off, according the New York Times.
Coughls salary is $21.7 billion.
But if you’re thinking about getting your hands on the Coughler’s endorsement deal, you might want to look elsewhere.
Tony Romo: $31.4 billion Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback, is a household name and is worth $31 billion.
However, his endorsement income is a little higher than that.
The Cowboys quarterback earns about a quarter of that money, according a report from ESPN.
So, his salary might not be worth as much as you think.
Andrew Hawkins: $25.4.4 Andrew Hawkins, a former NFL quarterback and NFL running back, is one of the highest paid athletes in the world.
He is worth about $25 million a season.
He has endorsements including from Nike and Under Armour, which pays Hawkins more than $25,000 per game.
Hawkins also has a Nike endorsement deal worth about half of his earnings.
Tom Savage: $21 million Tom Savage, a running back for the San Francisco 49ers, is another high-paid athlete.
He earns about more than his endorsement earnings, according ESPN.
Savage has a pair of endorsement deals that pay him $21,000 to $21 $,000 an appearance and $1 million per game, according an ESPN report.
His deal also includes a $1.6 billion endorsement deal from Under Armour.
He was also named to the Pro Football Hall of Fame last year.
Eli Manning: $19.9.9 Eli Manning, the Denver Broncos quarterback, earns about 19 times as much for his endorsements as the NFL average.
However he also earns $6 million in salary, according Sports Illustrated.
He recently signed a deal worth $60 million.
Eli’s endorsement income may be a little high because his endorsement business is growing so quickly, according Sporting News.
He and his wife, Nicole, recently purchased the Miami Dolphins, the team he plays for, for $8 billion.
Tom Landry: $18.4 Tom Landrey, a New York Jets cornerback, makes nearly $18 million per year for endorsement deals, according CNBC.
Landrey also has endorsements from Nike, Under Armour and T-Mobile, the mobile carrier that provides mobile internet service.
His deals are worth about a third of his annual salary, CNBC reported.
The NFL also released data about the league salaries, which showed that the average player makes about 35% of his salary.
For comparison, the league average player in 2014 earned about 34% of their annual salary in endorsements.
In 2015, the NFL reported that the top earners earned $5,300,000 and $4,500,000.
The median NFL player made $3,900,000 in 2015.