New Orleans Saints free safety Vonn Bell (48) celebrates his sack of Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff (16) during the third quarter Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016, at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome. The Saints won 49-21.

Advocate photo by SCOTT THRELKELD

Vonn Bell earned himself a solid bonus.

The 2016 second-round pick earned $243,219.28 in performance-based play by logging 73 percent of the snaps last season, making him the highest bonus on the Saints.

Cornerbacks Ken Crawley ($233,561.18 and Sterling Moore ($213,401.14) and wide receiver Willie Snead ($210,916.17) round out the top of the list.

The performance-based pay system is used to supplement player compensation by comparing playing time to salary.

To determine how much each player earns, a "player index" is calculated by taking a player's total playing time (offense, defense, special teams) and dividing it against his adjusted his adjusted salary (total salary, prorated bonuses and earned incentives).

Here are the Saints’ top earners:

Safety Vonn Bell -- $233,219.28

Cornerback Ken Crawley -- $233,561.18

Cornerback Sterling Moore -- $213,401.14

Wide receiver Willie Snead -- $210,916.17

Cornerback B.W. Webb -- $155,583.09

Defensive end Kasim Edebali -- $139,216.67

Defensive tackle Tyeler Davison -- $138,469.19

Wide receiver Michael Thomas -- $138,469.19

Wide receiver Brandon Coleman -- $133,107.84

Guard Jahri Evans -- $120,461.71

Defensive end David Onyemata -- $112,558.30

Running back Travaris Cadet -- $110,141.96

Linebacker Nathan Stupar -- $105,586.50

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