Here's the full list . . .
1. Tom Brady, New England Patriots. He earns $14 million . . . but 19 quarterbacks are paid more.
2. Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots. He gets $6.75 million . . . but eight tight ends are paid more.
3. Casey Hayward, Los Angeles Chargers. He makes $5.08 million . . . but 30 cornerbacks are paid more.
4. Donald Penn, Oakland Raiders. He earns $7.15 million . . . but 18 left tackles are paid more.
5. Richie Incognito, Buffalo Bills. He makes $4.92 million . . . but 21 left guards are paid more.
6. Tyrod Taylor, Buffalo Bills. He makes $9.71 million . . . but 21 quarterbacks are paid more.
7. Eric Berry, Kansas City Chiefs. He makes $5 million . . . but 21 safeties are paid more.
8. Travis Frederick, Dallas Cowboys. He makes $4.51 million . . . but nine centers are paid more.
9. Mario Addison, Carolina Panthers. He makes $4.35 million . . . but 34 defensive ends are paid more.
10. They listed TWO here: Brent Grimes of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He makes $8 million, but 23 cornerbacks make more. And Brandon Marshall of the New York Giants. He makes $4.46 million, but 38 wide receivers are paid more.
They lumped those together because they're underpaid for the same reason: They're both aging players who were let go by their former teams in cost-cutting moves . . . but who can still play at a high level.
"USA Today" didn't include players who are still on their rookie contracts, and they didn't count signing bonuses . . . only each player's official salary cap number.