Cornerback Anthony Brown and quarterback Dak Prescott both ranked in the top 10 among NFL players who received performance-based pay bonuses for last season.
The performance-based pay program compensates all players, including rookies, based upon a comparison of playing time to salary. The lower your salary and the higher your playing time equals more money from the program.
There is also a veteran performanced-based pool for players with more than one accrued season.
In the overall program, Brown was fourth, Prescott 16th and Philadelphia tackle Halapoulivaati Vaitai, who played at Euless Trinity and TCU, was 24th. Prescott was the only quarterback among the top 25.
Tennessee Titans guard Quinton Spain earned the highest amount at $385,490.95. He was an undrafted free agent out of West Virginia in 2015 and started 14 games last season.
Brown, a sixth-round pick out of Purdue in 2016, earned $364,744.97. Prescott. a fourth-round pick out of Mississippi State in 2016, took in $313,406.43.
Vaitai, a fifth-round pick out of TCU in 2016, earned $293,132.51.
In the veteran performanced-based compensation pool, Brown was fourth on that list with $92,391.27 for a combined $437,690.49. Prescott was ninth with $87,599.82 for a combined $401,006.25. Vaitai was 20th at $76,606.34 for a combined $363,243.29.