NFL's most underpaid offensive players for 2010 -- By Gregg Rosenthal
Eli Manning's favorite target is scheduled to hit free agency in 2011 after making just $550,000 this season with the Giants.
JaMarcus Russell, taken one round before Miller, earned $37 million more over the last three years than his productive tight end. Miller will take in $550,000 this year.
Brown ($643,000) blossomed into a nice left tackle after Houston made him a surprise first-round pick in 2008.
G.M. Ozzie Newsome consistently uncovers value at the end of the first round. Guard Grubbs is a bargain at $680,000.
The fourth-Panther pro quietly evolved into one of the best centers in football and pulls in $550,000.
Say hello to the unknown, ornery tag-team partner for top-paid guard Jahri Evans. Nicks will pull in $470,000 this season.
Carolina knows how to build an offensive line. Otah, their right tackle who will make $1 million this season, is a stud.
This smells like a holdout waiting to happen, but that won't happen until next year when the Eagles wideout shows he's even more productive than the $480,000 he makes.
Buffalo's starting running back receives extra credit on our team because this is his second contract ($1.195 million).
Underpaid ($2.61 million) and underappreciated, even by Broncos coaches. Orton recorded 3,800 yards, 21 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions last season.
CJ2K's campaign for a pay hike ($550,000 with a $1.25 million in escalators) lasted as long as the Titans were willing to be without the NFL's most dangerous back. (At least until next year.)