These are the 14 NFL teams who were paid to honor soldiers at football games

shared on fancred by AMANDA LEIGH

shared on fancred by AMANDA LEIGH

This week we learned that the military reportedly paid 14 NFL teams to honor soldiers during football games. Teams were paid $5.4 million over three years to salute troops, with a majority of the money coming from the National Guard.

These are the teams and the total amount that they were paid.

  1. Atlanta Falcons ($1.05 million)
  2. Baltimore Ravens ($884,500)
  3. Buffalo Bills ($679,000)
  4. Indianapolis Colts ($620,000)
  5. Minnesota Vikings ($605,000)
  6. Green Bay Packers ($600,000)
  7. New York Jets ($377,500)
  8. Kansas City Chiefs ($250,000)
  9. Cincinnati Bengals ($138,960)
  10. Dallas Cowboys ($62,500)
  11. St. Louis Rams ($60,000)
  12. Pittsburgh Steelers ($36,000)