No, just to players wages.
Salaries vary widely just like with players in the NFL. This link will show you all coaches salaries. http://coacheshotseat.com/SalariesNFLCoaches.htm
Depending on who you are. Super Bowl coaches get more than 0-16 coaches
All NFL coaches have contracts. All of their contracts have clauses covering what they will be paid in case they are fired.
40.5million for a 5 year deal
They are the highest paying team in the NFL, having the highest median salary in the league.
The Rookies The minimum salary for an NFL rookie in 2009 is $310,000. The Veterans After the first year, the minimum annual salary is $400,000. Team Salaries They were fifth in the league in total payroll with salaries totaling more than $128 million. The NFL Salary Cap In 2009 the salary cap is $127 million.
Click on the 'NFL Salaries - 2007' link below to see salaries for the 2007 season as provided by FOX sports. When on the page, click on the team name underneath the 'NFL Team Payrolls' heading to see the 2007 salaries for the players on that team.
the average salary is 1.4 million, but a players salary depends on position and team and how good they are you can figure out a players salary here http://content.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/salaries/default.aspx
Terry Murray - Los Angeles Kings - 3 years/$2.65 million (average $883,333 per season) 7/18/08
yes because if you are a head coach you have a base salary of a certain amount that you have to be paid
As an assistant with the Baltimore Colts in the 1970's Bill belichick made $50 per week,
Donovan McNabb's yearly salary is $6,301,920 with a $9,355,832 salary cap. This information was referenced from USA Today's Salary Database, http://content.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/salaries/teamdetail.aspx?team=24&year=2008