23 NFL tight ends make at least $5 million in average salary per year per overthecap.com, a site that tracks NFL player contracts (through July 21, 2022).
The highest paid tight end in the NFL is George Kittle, who makes $15 million per season.
Second is the Kansas City Chiefs' Travis Kelce, who makes $14.3 million per season.
Third is the Philadelphia Eagles' Dallas Goedert, who makes $14.25 million in average annual salary.
Fourth is the Baltimore Ravens' Mark Andrews at $14 million per season.
The Cleveland Browns' David Njoku is fifth at $13.68 million per season.
NFL's highest paid tight ends (average salary per year):
1. 49ers TE George Kittle: $15 million
2. Chiefs TE Travis Kelce: $14.3 million
3. Eagles TE Dallas Goedert: $14.25 million
4. Ravens TE Mark Andrews: $14 million
5. Browns TE David Njoku: $13.68 million
6. Patriots TE Jonnu Smith: $12.5 million
6. Patriots TE Hunter Henry: $12.5 million
8. Dolphins TE Mike Gesicki: $10.9 million
9. Cowboys TE Dalton Schultz: $10.9 million
10. Cardinals TE Zach Ertz: $10.6 million
- Source: overthecap.com
What changed?: NFL's highest paid tight ends in 2021
To see the 23 NFL tight ends who make at least $5 million a year in average salary, ranked from highest average salary to lowest, click here.
NFL's highest paid players in 2021
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This article originally appeared on Arizona Republic: NFL's highest paid tight ends in 2022 season: Ranking TEs by salary