Yes, Chase Daniel is still an active player in the NFL.

If you aren’t a die-hard NFL fan you may not have known that, considering he’s only thrown 78 passes in his eight-year pro career for New Orleans, Kansas City, Philadephia and back to New Orleans. Despite his lack of an on-the-field role, Daniel continues to cash in seemingly each and every NFL offseason.

The all-time great QB for Missouri is expected to land a free agent deal from Chicago this offseason. He’ll be given $7 million guaranteed by the Bears to backup up Mitch Trubisky for one season according to NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport. Not a bad deal at all.

This isn’t the first time Daniel has worked the system, either, as the former Mizzou legend has now racked up over $25 million in earnings at the NFL level according to MMQB contributor Andrew Brandt. With only 51 career completions in his NFL career, Daniel has made nearly $500,000 for each one.

Brandt’s followers had a good time with that knowledge: