how much money do a football player make a year?
2040 a week
Money per point Depend if the football player is skillful and a professional From F.S. Nerd
football is better
it depends who it is and what team they are on
Ticket sales, player sales and sponsorship.
About 10 million
Average players make about 1 to 5 million
Twelve million is a typical net income for a professional football player after taxes. Pro football players make quite a bit of money for endorsements.
On average basketball players do. Also all of basketball players money is guaranteed money. Normally, a large amount of football players money in their contract has to be earned through statistical and performance incentives.
It depends on which people you are talking about. You could say Michael Phelps (Olympic Swimmer) makes more money than a linebacker of a small college football league. But the average football player does make more money than an average swimmer.
Because of the amount of money they make for the team owner and the NFL.
Well, it depends. If the player is on a college team, then they probably make about $500,000 and if they they are NFL then they make around 1 million to 2 million.
no football players make at least $15,000,000 each season (not including a super bowl win) rappers only make about 9million not a big differenc
a football cant make money everyone knows that
it depends on how good they are and what position they play and how important they are to the team
depends on what player but on an average they make about 5-6,000 per game
People make money playing football by becoming good enough to get on a team that people pay money to watch.
It depends... some players make several million and some make several hundred thousand
football players make more money
They make money from their sponsors, tickets and selling players.
The answer is a football player makes more. A football player makes 23.1 million if they win the super bowl. And a surgeon makes 329,229 a year, less then 2% of a football salery. Ans#2 Of course, that presumes that the football player in the example is one of the few hundredths of a percentage of the total number of football players who actually makes it to the Super Bowl--and that you can disregard all of the football players who make less than minimum wage working for farm teams. The handful of professional football players who actually make an enviable amount of money from the sport pales in comparison to the number of surgeons who make 6-digit incomes or more. That SOME football players make more money than SOME surgeons does not mean that ALL football players make more money than ALL surgeons. The same holds for rock musicians, drug dealers, and actors. Consider also the working lifetime for a surgeon. You don't find many football players retiring after playing for 30 years.
they get paid by the teams
football & baseball