The minimum salary in the NFL is decided by how many years the player has played in the league. For the 2010 season, the minimum salary for rookies was $320,000. One year players minimum was $395,000, two year players minimum was $470,000, and three year players minimum was $545,000. For players that had 4-6 years in the league the minimum was $630,000. For players with 7-9 years in the league the minimum was $755,000 and for those players with 10 or more years the minimum was $855,000.
The minimum wage for rookie players is $375,000 and many rookies make this.
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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.
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For the 2007 season, minimum salaries in the NFL are: Rookies - $285,000 One Year Veteran - $360,000 Two Year Veteran - $435,000 Three Year Veteran - $510,000 Four to Six Year Veteran - $595,000 Seven to Nine Year Veteran - $720,000 Ten+ Year Veteran - $820,000
In the new NFL collective bargaining agreement, for the 2011 and 2012 seasons, the league minimum for the practice squad was $5,700 per week.
$325,000 for a rookie.