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.
i think nfl football players
a footballer gets paid too much money
It depends on the player and there perticular position. they get 2.3000000 millionare dollores
an average football player gets £30, 000 a week. an average singer/artist gets about £1/2Million every album, and that gets released about once in two years, so overall a footballer earns way more money than a singer/artist.
A soccer player because Christiano Ronaldo gets £200,000 a week.
dany heatly gets 10 milliion every year
a player gets voted in by the committee
Same time as tackle football, when a player gets in the end zone with the football, but usually its not a rushing touchdown in flag football.
He schedules a visit with his doctor.
Their career is over.
It is ChristianoRonaldo and Yaya Toure.
that player itself
ask i high school football coach? how should i know?
A regular to average soccer player gets an average of 30,000 American dollars a day.
runningback, halfback or fullback
Usually baseball players.
A champions fight ( 1998)
he got traded to the Oakland Raiders.