The Redskins did not come close to the season they wanted. Their players still benefitted when it came to performance-based pay.
Sixty Redskins received bonuses, with 10 topping $100,000 in extra pay, according to figures released by the NFL management council. The bonuses are given to players whose performance time tops their salary level. Tackle Tyler Polumbus topped the list with a $190,601 bonus. The bonuses will be paid on April 1, 2016. Quarterback Robert Griffin III received a $27,047 bonus.
Here are the top 10 Redskins who earned bonuses:
Tackle Tyler Polumbus $190,601
Cornerback David Amerson $173,375
Running back Alfred Morris $167,854
Safety Bacarri Rambo $162,807
Tight end Logan Paulsen $142,295
Receiver Aldrick Robinson $134,758
Linebacker Perry Riley $129,997
Running back Roy Helu $125,260
Tight end Jordan Reed $108,461
Tight end Niles Paul $103,475