Performance based pay figures are out for the Jets for 2015.
The performance based pay system is something the NFL created for players at or near the minimum salary. It is used to compensate players whose playing time suggests they are worth more than their salary. It is a bonus for players.
Each team has $3.8 million in performance based pay. It is already built into the team's financial structure so it does not impact the Jets' salary cap situation.
Top Jets performance-based pay recipients: Quincy Enunwa (~$296K), Brian Winters (~$204K), Marcus Williams (~186K), Kellen Davis (~163K)— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) March 14, 2016
CB Dee Milliner received the least amount of performance-based pay (among Jets who got anything): $2,677.99— Manish Mehta (@MMehtaNYDN) March 14, 2016