NFL Draft Salary Slots 2023
NFL rookie wage scale 2023 is a minimum of $750K set by the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA), reports CBS Sports. It will cross $1 million by 2030.
It saw an increment of $45K from the 2022's mark of $705K. Likewise, it was $660K in 2021.
The wage cap CBA sets announces a designated figure for all draft numbers. Each franchise's salary cap room must be considered while handing out contracts for the newbies.
The earlier picks are given more value, and the number from the second to the 259th spot keeps decreasing.
The 2023 revenue cap for the no. 1 overall pick, Byrce Young, is projected at $6.9 million, while C.J. Stroud, the second overall, is expected to land $6.59 million.
Compared to Kendall William, the 258th choice, we can see a substantial difference of $6.13 million.
Here is a list of other highly anticipated cap hits:
- Anthony Richardson - $6.18 million
- Devon Witherspoon - $5.79 million
- Paris Johnson - $5.1 million
- Tyree Wilson - $4.54 million
- Bijan Robinson - $3.99 million
- Jalen Carter - $3.96 million
- Darnell Wright - $3.8 million
- Peter Skoronski - $3.57 million
- Jahmyr Gibbs - $3.24 million