Originally Posted by jtexas
This is not quite as good as it sounds. Income earned while playing at home is tax free, but he will pay the "jock tax" on income earned in away game states (with an income tax) which is most of miami's division. This return is a ***** to complete.
Also if he lived in Florida but played for the Vikings, all his endorsement deals would be tax free.
Well if half his game are played at home and endorsement deals are paid in Florida that would account for a majority of his income so while effective rates may very it is probably still a good chunk of change