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The NFL’s future is not all-inclusive, as a new survey indicates that the NFL’s biggest stars are no longer among the top 50 earners on its salary cap.

According to Forbes, the league’s current list of the top-paid players includes five players — including quarterbacks Peyton Manning, Russell Wilson, Andrew Luck and Carson Palmer — who earned more than $100 million.

The other players on the list are running backs Marshawn Lynch and Reggie Bush, wide receivers Calvin Johnson, Randy Moss and Brandon Marshall and tight end Jimmy Graham.

That is a significant drop-off from last season, when seven players made more than a million dollars, which included seven quarterbacks, four running backs, five wide receivers and three tight ends.

While this is a drop in the bucket, it’s an important number for the league as it tries to expand the rosters of players who can contribute on both sides of the ball.

The league’s average cap hit of $16 million is the highest it’s been in three years.

It was $20 million in 2017.

The numbers don’t necessarily mean that the top earners are done playing.

The new survey is a bit more in-depth than last year’s and provides a little more insight into how many players are on the roster, but it doesn’t provide the complete picture.

The new survey also shows that the salary cap will have to increase significantly for the NFL to have an impact on the salary caps of all other sports.

According the new survey, the NFL will need to add about $2.5 billion in total revenue in the 2018 fiscal year to keep up with the increase in revenue.

The NFL is not alone in trying to get the salary-cap under control.

The U.S. Soccer Federation and Major League Baseball have announced that they are looking to increase the revenue in their respective leagues.

But the NFL has already shown that it can have a major impact on how its league’s salary cap is handled.

The current NFL salary cap of $68.7 million is expected to reach $85.7 billion in 2020.