The NFL released the amounts for the performance-based bonuses for the 2013 season on Monday.
Nine of the Lions earned $100,000 or more based on performance — percentage of snaps played inverse to salary.
In other words, the lowest-paid players earn the biggest bonuses.
The bad news? They don’t get the checks until April 1, 2016.
The Lions will pay out $3.46 million overall.
Larry Warford benefited the most coming in at $260,630.
The others: Kris Durham $220,174; Rashean Mathis $188,695; LaAdrian Waddle $181,182; Bill Bentley $127,600; Joique Bell $122,700; Israel Idonije $104,195; Joe Fauria $100,961 and DeJon Gomes $100,493.