49ers’ Dre Greenlaw, Emmanuel Moseley benefit from NFL’s performance-based pay

Mar 12, 2020 at 6:00 PM--


Cornerback Emmanuel Moseley and linebacker Dre Greenlaw ranked among the top earners in the NFLs performance-based pay distribution for the 2019 season, the league announced on
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