The NFL has announced the first set of contracts for its six-team, 12-team playoff format that will determine the champions of each division.
The contracts are set to be signed Friday at 10:30 a.m.
ET, the league announced Thursday.
The league is also releasing a list of the NFL’s eight most valuable franchises, which will be announced Monday.
The list includes the New York Giants, Miami Dolphins, Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, Pittsburgh Steelers and Arizona Cardinals.
A full list of teams and their contracts can be found here.
The New York Jets, New Orleans Saints, Denver Broncos, Indianapolis Colts, Atlanta Falcons and Pittsburgh Steelers will receive the second-highest salaries in the league, at $11.4 million each, per ESPN.com.
The Jacksonville Jaguars, Oakland Raiders and Kansas City Chiefs will receive second-lowest salaries at $9 million each.
New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton, who also will coach the Houston Texans, will be paid $6.8 million.
He will be the first head coach in NFL history to be paid more than $6 million per season.
The Miami Dolphins will receive a $4.4-million signing bonus, which represents $4 million less than the NFL had expected.
The Jaguars and Chiefs will each receive $3.6 million, while the Giants and Panthers will each each receive a minimum of $2.4 mln.
The Packers will receive $1.8-million, which is $1 million less that the NFL expected.
The Broncos will receive an additional $1-million in signing bonus incentives.
The Browns and Packers will each be paid a $900,000 signing bonus.
The Seahawks will receive no bonuses.
The Titans will receive signing bonus bonuses.
All other teams will receive bonuses of up to $1,250,000.
The NFL is releasing the full schedule of the league’s upcoming games, which could include the Dallas Cowboys vs. the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sept. 17.
The following games are scheduled to be televised in the new playoff format: