Pittsburgh Steelers left tackle Max Starks was the only offensive player to play ever snap in 2012 and he picked up a nice little bonus for his efforts.
Brian McIntyre of Yahoo Sports reported on Wednesday that Starks earned $272,590 in the NFL's 2012 performance-based pay program for accomplishing that.
The performance-based pay benefit program was started by the league and the players union as part of the 2002 extension to the CBA. It was, however, suspended for the 2010 and '11 seasons because of the expiration of the CBA and subsequent lockout.
In 2012, each team was allocated around Read more [...]