As much as the NFL is about playing the greatest sport on the face of the earth (yeah, I said it, Europe. Come get me), it's also—as we're constantly reminded by the players, coaches and owners—a business.
The NFL is a multibillion dollar conglomerate, but as 32 separately acting businesses (sort of) and a salary cap in place, salaries of players and working contracts becomes just as much a strategic necessity as being able to draft and acquire talent.
Pay the wrong guy too much money and it can set your franchise back for years to come. Refuse to pay a guy what he's worth, and it could create the type of contentious atmosphere that sends a guy packing and completely reshapes the face of a franchise.
Every team in the league has that one guy who is so vastly overpaid beyond his production, and one who is in line for a hefty payday at some point in the near future.
Team by team, let's see who those players are.