The NFL has a talented talent pipeline.
But, how does it make money?
Here’s a look at the salaries for talent graphic designers in the NFL.1.
Quarterbacks – Salary: $18,868,000.
That’s the NFL average salary for quarterbacks.
It’s up more than 2% from last year, when quarterbacks made up a mere 10% of the NFL’s salary cap.2.
Running backs – Salary, including $8,919,000 in incentives: $22,853,000 ($15,000 per win)3.
Wide receivers – $5,904,0004.
Tight ends – $4,711,0005.
Running back – $2,852,0006.
Defensive linemen – $1,872,0007.
Cornerbacks – $945,0008.
Safety – $3,064,0009.
Kickers – $7,894,00010.
Punt returner – $13,895,000The league average salary is a career high.
The next highest was $19.8 million last season, when the New York Giants were the highest paid team in the league.
The rest of the league is making less than the NFL, which is where the NFL talent pipeline gets its name.
The average salary of a top-five NFL talent graphic designer is $26,742,000, according to NFL salary cap data.
Here’s the salary breakdown for the top-10 highest paid talent graphic artists in the 2017 NFL season:1.
Robert Ayers – NFL Salary Cap.
The NFL’s highest paid graphic designer.
His work on the New England Patriots’ “Super Bowl 50” graphic is part of the franchise’s branding campaign.
The team has made him an executive producer of the digital ad campaign.2, Joe Robbins – NFLPA.
A top-rated talent graphic artist who worked on “Curb Your Enthusiasm” and “American Idol.”
Robbins is the executive director of NFL Digital Media.3, Matt Stauffer – NFL Talent Project.
A talented graphic designer with an extensive background in advertising.
His previous work includes the NFL Network, CBS Sports and the NFL Films’ digital ad campaigns.4, Tim Murtaugh – NFL Creative Director.
He has worked with Nike, J.
Crew and others on NFL branding and digital advertising.5, Chris Cohan – NFL Digital Marketing.
A creative director with the Denver Broncos who was a co-founder of “The Real Deal,” a professional sports digital ad agency.
He was responsible for the design of NFL Network’s “The Catch,” which was the NFL network’s highest-rated ad ever in its first season.6, Mark Gelfand – NFL Director of Content.
A graphic designer who worked with “GMA” and NBC’s “Today” for the NFL brand.7, Tom Hochuli – NFL talent marketing manager.
The executive producer and chief creative officer for the team’s NFL Digital Advertising.8, John McKeon – NFL creative director.
The head of the creative team for NFL Network.9, Andy Greenberg – NFL senior vice president, digital media.
The digital ad executive who works on NFL Network advertising.10, Jim Krieg – NFL VP of content, digital advertising and digital content.
He’s also a former vice president at AOL.
McKeon is the head of digital advertising for the Denver Nuggets.
His responsibilities include overseeing digital advertising in the team and the league, as well as the team-owned network.
He also oversees the digital advertising business at the NFL Digital Group, which includes ESPN, NBC Sports, Fox and Turner Sports.
McKeeon is also the executive producer for “Catch,” which aired in its 11th season last year.
He is responsible for its digital advertising, digital content and digital partnerships.
McKaight is also a consultant for “The NFL” for NBC Sports.
He previously worked at ESPN and Turner.
McKillop is a senior vicepresident at the Sports Business Journal.
He oversaw the development of the new NFL digital platform for the 2015 season and is also responsible for digital media strategy for the 2017 season.
He joined the NFL as a consultant in June 2016.
McKnight is the VP of digital marketing for Fox Sports.
Fox Sports digital strategy is handled by John Gagliano.
McLane is a lead creative director at CBS Sports.
She’s responsible for all digital strategy and development for the network, which oversees all digital content, including NFL Network and Fox’s digital partners.
She also manages digital advertising across the NFL networks, CBS Radio, ESPN and FOX Sports GO.
McKinley is the vice president of digital media at the New Orleans Saints.
He leads digital and social for the Saints digital media operations.
McKay is the senior vice President of content for ESPN.
She oversees all content and marketing strategy for