Bengals OL Cordell Volson gets performance-based pay raise

Cincinnati Bengals offensive lineman Cordell Volson received the fourth-biggest pay bump via the NFL’s performance-based pay system, the NFL revealed this week.

Per the numbers released by the league early this week, Volson gets an escalator of $905,972, putting him just behind Baltmore Ravens guard John Simpson on the list.

The system tabulates playing time compared to salary and adjusts on a player-to-player basis. Volson earned the bump as the full-time starting left guard.

Volson could be in line for yet another bump in 2025 through similar means, provided he retains the starting job this summer if and when the Bengals choose to add to the unit via the draft.

Story originally appeared on Bengals Wire