NFL's most underpaid defensive players for 2010 -- By Gregg Rosenthal
Cheap ($470,000), versatile (defensive end and tackle) young (24) defensive linemen don't stay cheap for long.
Arizona Cardinals defensive tacle will earn $3.75 million. Online showers cost extra.
The five-year pact Minnesota's defensive tackle signed in 2006 looks like a bargain now. He's well worth the $2.274 million he'll make in 2010.
Dumervil ($3.1 million) lines up at defensive end in our underpaid 4-3 defense, though he will miss Denver's 2010 season because of a torn pectoral muscle.
The Rooneys better hope the next collective bargaining agreement includes franchise tags to keep the versatile Pittsburgh linebacker around for another $550,000.
The Panthers' middle linebacker will earn $1.315 million this season and should eventually ink a deal close to what DeMeco Ryans and Patrick Willis earn.
Meet the leader of the Falcons defense for the next 5-8 years. And the linebacker will only cost $550,000 this season.
Coach Rex Ryan calls the lockdown cornerback the best defensive player in the league; now it's time to pay up. Revis will only make $1 million this season.
Jackson ($550,000) forms a cost-effective duo with Tampa Bay cornerback Aqib Talib
Miami's free safety hasn't stopped ascending during his affordable second contract of just $1.85 million.
Bengals duo Johnathan Joseph ($1.5 million) and Hall ($995,000) could be the best cornerback duo in the league for the price of one mediocre starter.