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Bears safety Adrian Amos cashes in on rookie success

Bears safety Adrian Amos played four years for the team. | AP photo

Safety Adrian Amos ($282,158.89) and left tackle Charles Leno Jr. ($215,110.41) led the Bears in performance-based pay.

Each NFL team received $3,802,500 in performance-based play to divide among players. The league-wide figures were released on Monday. Low-paid players are rewarded most.

Amos, a fifth-round pick last year, started every game as a rookie and made a team-high 108 tackles (per coach reviews).

A seventh-round selection in 2014, Leno took over for an injured Jermon Bushrod in Week 3 and remained the starter for the rest of the season.

Here are the Bears’ top 10 players in terms of performance-based pay:

1. S Adrian Amos — $282,158.89

2. LT Charles Leno — $215,110.41

3. LB Christian Jones — $194,881.46

4. CB Tracy Porter — $169,473.98

5. OG Patrick Omameh — $141,799.10

6. OG Vladimir Ducasse — $138,184.63

7. OLB Sam Acho — $126,656.17

8. LB Jonathan Anderson — $121,815.66

9. TE Zach Miller — $120,466.98

10. FS Chris Prosinski — $118,909.47

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