Found some info on performance related payouts for the 'hawks.
Each team had $3.46 million to divide among their players, though four teams (Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, New Orleans Saints and New York Jets) had reduced amounts due to excess payouts in 2009, the previous year this program was in place.
Quite a few teams had multiple players receive payouts of more than $200,000, including five members of the Seattle Seahawks. Cornerback Richard Sherman led the Seahawks with $249,201, while safety Kam Chancellor received $229,952. Rookie quarterback Russell Wilson earned $222,167, cornerback Brandon Browner was fourth with $215,201 and second-year linebacker K.J. Wright received $205,668.