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Report: Bill Belichick is no longer NFL's highest-paid coach--Boston Herald: Bill Belichick’s two-year reign as America’s highest-paid coach has come to an end. Belichick’s annual salary is $7.5 million, according to Forbes, which ties him with Chiefs coach Andy Reid as the second highest in all the land. Saints coach Sean Payton overtook Belichick with an $8 million salary.
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