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Who is the highest paid wide receiver in the NFL?

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2009-02-18 23:24:28
2009-02-18 23:24:28

Randy Moss ----

According to a story in USA Today, for the 2006 season Reggie Wayne of the Indianapolis Colts had the highest salary for a wide receiver. He made $15,100,440 for the 2006 season. Larry Fitzgeral, Last season (08-09) was paid $17,103,480. He was the highest paid Wide Reciever in the league this season, AND THE BEST.

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