The NFL's new collective bargaining agreement is undoubtedly favorable to the owners, particularly when it comes to players on their initial contracts out of the draft.
Players like Colin Kaepernick and Russell Wilson are on extraordinarily cap-friendly deals.
Mark Sanchez, Tony Romo and Matt Schaub were identified as having the worst contracts at the quarterback position. Sanchez will earn $8.8 million this season and counts against the cap at $12.9 million. Romo's new deal will pay him $25 million in year one and average $18 million over five seasons.
Jonathan Stewart and Darren McFadden have the worst contracts at running back, while Mike Wallace and Santonio Holmes are featured at wide receiver.
Champ Bailey, Antonio Cromartie and Carlos Rogers receive special distinction at cornerback and are joined in the secondary by safeties LaRon Landry and Troy Polamalu.
Mario Williams, Ryan Pickett, Gerald McCoy and Jay Ratliff are all on huge deals on the defensive line.
David Harris, Dannell Ellerbe and Philip Wheeler are all overpaid at linebacker.