Former West Virginia offensive lineman Quinton Spain took home a nice sum of money for his performance in the NFL last season.
Per ESPN’s Darren Rovell, Spain — who now plays for the Tennessee Titans — led all NFL players in performance-based incentives for the 2017 season. Spain earned $385,409.95 over the course of the season, which — for Tennessee — was capped off by a loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs.
NFL players who earned the most performance-based incentives this past season pic.twitter.com/UA97ajq5dn
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) March 14, 2018
Spain, who signed with Tennessee as an undrafted free agent in 2015, made 14 appearances during the 2017 season. He missed several contests because of toe and back injuries.
Spain played at West Virginia from 2011-2014 after taking a redshirt in 2010. He played in 50 games and was an All-Big 12 selection twice during his run with the Mountaineers.
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