How to calculate the pay of a NFL quarterback

The number of days a quarterback is paid is determined by the salary cap, and the number of teams in a league is determined via the salary distribution.

The salary distribution is the difference between the highest paid team and the lowest paid team, and is determined at the start of each year.

The league salary cap is $168 million for the 2017 season.

It was $158 million in 2017.

The average salary of an NFL player is $17.5 million.

The most salary a quarterback gets per game is $5,890,000.

A league average salary is $9.8 million per game.

The median salary of a starting quarterback in the NFL is $3.8M per game, according to ESPN Stats & Info.

The minimum salary for an NFL starter is $1,000,000 per game according to the Elias Sports Bureau.