NFL's highest paid offensive linemen: Trent Williams, David Bakhtiari, Laremy Tunsil, lead

Jeremy Cluff
Arizona Republic

32 offensive linemen now make at least $11 million in average annual salary per year, per overthecap.com, a site that tracks NFL player contracts (through Sept. 10, 2021).

The highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL is the San Francisco 49ers' Trent Williams. He makes $23.01 million per season.

The Green Bay Packers' David Bakhtiari is second. He makes $23 million in average annual salary.

The Houston Texans' Laremy Tunsil is third. He makes $22 million per season.

The Baltimore Ravens' Ronnie Stanley is fourth at $19.8 million.

The New Orleans Saints' Ryan Ramczyk is fifth at $19.2 million. 

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NFL's highest paid offensive linemen (average salary per year):

  • 1. 49ers offensive lineman Trent Williams: $23.01 million.
  • 2 Packers offensive lineman David Bakhtiari: $23 million
  • 3. Texans offensive lineman Laremy Tunsil: $22 million
  • 4. Ravens offensive lineman Ronnie Stanley: $19. 8 million
  • 5. Saints offensive lineman Ryan Ramczyk: $19.2 million
  • 6. Vikings offensive lineman Brian O'Neill: $18.5 million
  • 7. Washington offensive lineman Brandon Scherff: $18.04 million
  • 8. Raiders offensive lineman Kolton Miller: $18.005 million
  • 9. Eagles offensive lineman Lane Johnson: $18 million
  • 10. Colts offensive lineman Braden Smith: $17.5 million

- Source: overthecap.com

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Green Bay Packers offensive tackle David Bakhtiari is the second highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL.

To see the 32 NFL offensive linemen who make at least $11 million a year in average salary, ranked from highest average salary to lowest, click here.