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100 Highest paid athletes in the World, Bills have 3 of them


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The top 100 highest-paid athletes in the world include players from 10 sports and 24 countries. They earned $4.46 billion in total income, including $3.24 billion in salary and prize money, as well as $1.23 billion off the field or court from endorsements, licensing, memorabilia and appearances over the last 12 months
 

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#15 Josh Allen
#42 Von Miller
#49 Stefon Diggs

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I only found out about the list because the News ran an article. The post about goes directly to the source. This is the Buffalo News article:

 

Success has paid off for the Buffalo Bills.
 

The digital sports publication Sportico recently released a list of the 100 highest-paid athletes in the world from June 2021 to May 2022 based on its estimates, and three members of the Bills are among the top 50.
 

Star quarterback Josh Allen ranks 15th overall, with a salary of $62.2 million and endorsements totaling $4 million, for a combined total of $66.5 million. Defensive end Von Miller, who was signed in March as an unrestricted free agent, is 42nd on the list, at $37.8 million ($36.8 million in salary, plus $1 million endorsements), followed by wide receiver Stefon Diggs at No. 49 with earnings of $36.2 million ($35.4 million in salary, plus $800,000 in endorsements).
 

Allen is No. 1 on the list among athletes who are 25 years of age or younger, although he’ll hold that title for just one more day – he turns 26 Saturday.
 

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Miller is No. 11 among football players. He became the first defensive player in NFL history to sign a second contract with a total possible value of more than $100 million. Diggs signed a contract extension this offseason that included a signing bonus of $21.5 million.

 

Diggs and the Bills agreed to a four-year, $96 million extension in April. 
 

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