The Cincinnati Bengals have continued to get the most out of the mid-round picks in recent years.
The latest proof? The NFL just released its list of performance-based pay distributions for the 2022 season and fourth-round rookie Cordell Volson nearly headlines it.
Volson, who came in and started every game at left guard after winning the camp battle, finished second on the list, pocketing an extra $854,407. That put him behind only Philadephia Eaglews safety Marcus Eppos, a sixth-rounder in 2019.
A little farther down the list, Bengals linebacker Logan Wilson, a third-rounder in 2020, earned himself an extra $669,729 as part of the strongest linebacker core the franchise has had in a long time.
The full list:
Former #Eagles safety Marcus Epps, who left in free agency for the #Raiders, led the NFL with a $880,384 performance-based pay distribution for 2022. pic.twitter.com/S9OiYxULBi
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) March 17, 2023
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