Three Eagles earn an extra $200,000

On Monday we told you about Jason Kelce earning an extra $259,815.06 in the NFL’s performance-based pay system for 2013, but who else fared well for the Philadelphia Eagles?

The Eagles had 12 players earn an extra six figures, and three players took home at least $200,000.

Riley Cooper, who cashed in like Kelce earlier in the offseason before free agency began, earned $200,888.51. Cornerback Brandon Boykin will receive $200,066.98.

Here are the remaining nine players to pick up at least $100,000:

Cedric Thornton -- $183,641.36

Earl Wolff -- $171,790.21

Nick Foles -- $147,297.47

Bennie Logan -- $138,403.79

Mychal Kendricks -- $129,491.49

Nate Allen -- $125,011.54

Connor Barwin -- $120,826.65

Roc Carmichael -- $115,258.03

Najee Goode -- $113,627.02

The system is designed to compensate players who outperformed their contract based on playing time. There is a catch: players do not receive the money until 2016.

In case you were wondering who received the smallest check: Curtis Marsh at $1,247.91.

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