In the NFL, the league’s primary insurance provider, PMI, pays an average premium of $6,000 per year per player.
That’s an annual premium that comes with a hefty deductible of $5,000.
But that number is just the starting point, because the premium for a player who was covered under the NFL’s pre-retirement plan is different.
There are a number of different rates available in the PMI plans.
These rates are the same for all players and all levels of coverage.
The NFL has also made it easier for players to find their preferred PMI plan through their agent or team.
For those of you wondering what that means, here’s what it means.
What is a PMI?
PMI is the primary insurance for the NFL players and coaches.
The basic plan provides $6 million per year in benefits for the entire club, including $1 million per game.
The plan also provides coverage for players who do not play in the NFL.
The average PMI rate is $8,000 a year for players with pre-tax earnings of $250,000 or more.
But players with earnings under $25,000, which is what most NFL players make, typically get a much lower rate.
The premium for the top-tier PMI includes the cost of the plan and the premium, which are set by the league.
So, for example, if a player makes $100,000 and has $100 in pre-paid insurance, the premium is $1,000 for the year, or $10,000 on top of the $100.
That means the premium per player is just $5 per month.
That can be a big difference when you’re trying to figure out which plan is right for you.
But how much is it worth?
According to data compiled by the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA), the premium of the top tier of PMI has risen by $6.8 million annually.
So if you’re looking to save $3,500 on your next PMI premiums, that would be a good deal.
However, it’s worth noting that the premium will increase even more if you have a pre-existing condition.
So while the NFLPA says the average premium has risen $1.6 million, it is worth noting the average of all players with PMI coverage will rise by $7.6, or about $2,500.
The other major difference between the PMIs is the amount of money that the players pay for health insurance through their employers.
That premium increases by $3.4 million per season.
So even if you get a great plan and you’re paying a reasonable rate, you might not be able to get the full benefit of that plan.
But if you pay $3 per month, you should be able buy a plan that is more affordable.
And if you choose to sign up for a PMIs plan, keep in mind that the player insurance is only for the club, not the players themselves.
So you should pay close attention to the cost per month for the coverage you choose, which can range from $15 per month to $60 per month depending on how much you want to pay.