28. OT Jason Peters: $98.7 Million
Despite going undrafted, Peters has developed into one of the league’s best left tackles. Massive yet nimble, Peters excels both in run blocking and pass protection. With the left tackle position being a premium in the NFL, it comes as no surprise to see Peters rack up the cash during his 14-year career. There’s a chance he breaks the $100 million career-mark with another season. Despite being 36 years of age, Peters is still an elite player at his position.
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27. OLB Terrell Suggs: $101.2 Million
T-Sizzle was first drafted by the Baltimore Ravens in 2003. He has spent his entire career with the franchise, and thus has been handsomely paid for his contributions. Suggs has established himself as a highly dynamic defensive player. Whether it’s coming off the edge or dropping in coverage, the Arizona native simply makes plays. It’s a reason why the Ravens have paid him north of $100 million over the course of his 14-year career.
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