Super Bowl 57 is all about the money for several NFL players who will be in the biggest game of the season.
While these players were a part of helping their team reach the Super Bowl, they could receive some incentives.
According to NFL insider Field Yates, four players can receive additional money if they hit certain milestones.
While both the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles have players with incentives, only players from one team can get these incentives.
4 players can earn an incentive this Sunday in the Super Bowl:
Chiefs WR JuJu Smith-Schuster: $1M with a win and 50% playing time
Chiefs DL Brandon Williams: $50K with a win and being active
Eagles DTs Ndamukong Suh and Linval Joseph: $125K with a win and 30% playing time
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 7, 2023
As Yates tweets, all four players need their team to win for their incentives to kick in.
While there are other stipulations, like playing time, the biggest stipulation is winning the Super Bowl.
The incentives for the two players for the Chiefs total $1.05 million, while the Eagles players get a $250K bonus split between them if they win and play 30% of the time.
While the incentives for the two players for the Eagles are lower, it’s still a nice haul.
However, Juju Smith-Schuster’s $1 million incentive is the highest among the four players.
But his bonus also requires him to record a playing time of 50%.
While he missed time during the AFC Championship game, he looks ready to go on Sunday.
However, if his knee injury gives him any problems, he might miss out on his bonus.
With $1 million on the line for him, he’s back playing during his team’s practice sessions.
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