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What CFL QBs are making

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The Free Press polled agents for quarterbacks around the CFL to compile a list of the top earners. The league does not have salary disclosure and all numbers are approximate:

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Anthony Calvillo, Montreal: $400,000 (maximum salary)

Ricky Ray, Toronto: $400,000 (maximum salary)

Henry Burris, Hamilton: $300,000 (maximum salary)

Darian Durant, Saskatchewan: $300,000 (maximum salary)

Drew Tate, Calgary: $300,000 (maximum salary) ($200,000 base)

Steven Jyles, Edmonton: $250,000 (maximum salary) ($125,000 base, $75,000 signing bonus)

Travis Lulay, B.C.: $250,000 (maximum salary)

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 14, 2012 C1

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