Former Bills linebacker Preston Brown has a big bonus coming his way courtesy of his new team, the Cincinnati Bengals.
Brown is set to receive a $2 million workout bonus for participating in the team's offseason conditioning program, according to ESPN's Field Yates. That is by far the highest in the league.
According to Yates, Eagles defensive tackle Haloti Ngata is the only other player in the league with a workout bonus of more than $1 million.
The $2 million is part of a one-year deal Brown signed with his hometown Bengals in free agency. The deal has a maximum value of $5 million.
Brown tied with two others for the league lead in tackles last season with 144.