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Jets' upper-tax bracket: 10 players, a half-billion in career earnings

Darrelle Revis leads Jets in career earnings with more than $100 million, and no one else is close. Al Bello/Getty Images

It's money season in the NFL.

In a couple of weeks, teams will be writing massive checks to coveted free agents and players they'd like to keep off the free-agent market. Yes, business is good in the NFL, evidenced by the recent report that commissioner Roger Goodell made $34 million in 2015 -- the equivalent of a double-franchise tag, I suppose.

In the spirit of ... well, cold hard cash, we present the New York Jets' top 10 players in career earnings, according to Spotrac.com:

1. Darrelle Revis -- $101.2 million

2. D'Brickashaw Ferguson -- $67.4 million

3. Brandon Marshall -- $64.2 million

4. David Harris -- $47.3 million

5. Calvin Pace -- $47 million

6. Antonio Cromartie -- $44 million

7. Nick Mangold -- $39.6 million

8. Ryan Fitzpatrick -- $39 million

9. Stephen Bowen -- $24.9 million

10. Willie Colon -- $21 million