A lot of money will go bye-bye if the NFL work stoppage eliminates offseason workouts.
That's a legitimate possibility if owners and players can't hammer out a deal well before training camps normally would begin.
ESPN's Adam Schefter has compiled a list of the NFL's richest workout bonuses and the attendance percentages required to earn them.
Other big AFC East bonuses:
New York Jets defensive end Bryan Thomas: $500,000
New York Jets defensive end Mike DeVito: $350,000
New York Jets outside linebacker Calvin Pace: $250,000
New York Jets inside linebacker Bart Scott: $250,000
New England Patriots defensive end Ty Warren: $250,000
New England Patriots outside linebacker Tully Banta-Cain: $200,000
Miami Dolphins receiver Brandon Marshall: $200,000
New York Jets running back LaDainian Tomlinson: $200,000
New England Patriots inside linebacker Jerod Mayo: $180,000
Brady, however, is covered if there aren't any 2011 offseason workouts. His 2012 bonus will inflate to $500,000 in that case.