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.
- Atlanta Falcons ($1.05 million)
- Baltimore Ravens ($884,500)
- Buffalo Bills ($679,000)
- Indianapolis Colts ($620,000)
- Minnesota Vikings ($605,000)
- Green Bay Packers ($600,000)
- New York Jets ($377,500)
- Kansas City Chiefs ($250,000)
- Cincinnati Bengals ($138,960)
- Dallas Cowboys ($62,500)
- St. Louis Rams ($60,000)
- Pittsburgh Steelers ($36,000)