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What does practice squad entail exactly. Interesting Practice Squad facts.

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We know what practice squads are for. But few know the details of the practice squad. One thing is for sure, you can make a great living on the PS. Years ago I did my own research and was surprised how much they make to not even ride the bench, but the couch lol. 

 

Patriots pay the most as far as Salary cap. Somewhere around 35K to 37K a week. Averaging 600K a year 😯.

 

This is the average though:

 

Weekly payment

Practice squad players make $8,400 per week or $142,800 for 17 weeks. Veteran players with over two years of experience will make $12,000 per week or $204,000 for 17 weeks.

 

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.hogshaven.com/platform/amp/2020/9/5/21419360/how-it-works-nfl-practice-squad-rules-eligibility-salary-and-more-washington-football-team

 

Basically in Salary Practice Squad players earn more money than WNBA players Lol.

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To my understanding, Practice squad players are paid the league minimum, but they only get paid during the season. (17 weeks).     Players on the active roster are paid for all 52 weeks....so going from PS to the active roster is effectively a 300% pay increase.

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