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In his rise from unknown backup to franchise player that earned him a $14 million contract for this...

In his rise from unknown backup to franchise player that earned him a $14 million contract for this season, Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel also pocketed an additional $238,160 as part of the league's performance-based pay program. Cassel's figure based on his participation last year compared to his 2008 salary, ranked 29th in the NFL, and was the highest of anyone who played for the New England Patriots last season.

Cassel cashes in | Red Zone That title had me excited for a second.
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