Monday, November 6, 2017

See NFL Minimum Salaries for the 2017 Season

Here are the minimum salaries for NFL players for the 2017 season. The salaries below are outlined in the CBA or Collective Bargaining Agreement between the NFL owners and the NFL players.

There are seven different minimum salaries set for NFL players for the 2017 season. The different salaries are based entirely upon years of service. As you can see below, the lowest minimum salary a NFL player can make in 2017 is $465,000 and that is for rookie players or any player with zero NFL experience.

For each year or years of service in the NFL the minimum salary goes up as shown below until 10 years is reached. After 10 years of service the minimum salary stops going up. 

What counts as a year of service? If a player plays just one day in the NFL in any given year that counts as a year of service. 

See Minimum NFL Salaries for the 2017 Season

0 years - $465,000

1 year - $540,000

2 years - $615,000

3 years - $690,000

4 to 6 years - $775,000

7 to 9 years - $900,000

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