10 Biggest NFL Rookie Contracts in History

When the National Football League Players Association and owners agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement in 2011, things around the league changed. Owners didn’t like this, but they were forced to pay because their prized, youthful players would just hold out until they did. Consider this: The then-St. Louis Rams drafted quarterback Sam Bradford in 2010 and he signed a six-year, $76 million contract.

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