The Raiders employed several guys in 2015 who didn’t get paid much but played a lot. That combination typically brings a reward after the next league year begins.
Most everyone gets some performance-based share of a $3.802 million per club, but some got serious, six-figure paydays.
Offensive lineman J’Marcus Webb received the largest bonus. According to NFL Management Council documents, Webb received $266,778 in additions compensation after playing 99.7 percent of the team’s offensive snaps.
Defensive back TJ Carrie received $253,336, left guard Gabe Jackson got $232,268 and Denico Autry ($196,872) led a group of a dozen more who got at least $100,000.
Quarterback Derek Carr is in that group. The 2014 second round pick got an extra $116,318. Receiver Seth Roberts got $184,345 and cornerback David Amerson got $167,728 after making significant contributions last season.
Most every player gets something, and even Rod Streater got $598 after playing just 10 offensive snaps all year.