This weekend it's all about football. Super Bowl LVI (56) is Sunday and the suspense is growing. Will the Los Angeles Rams win their first Lombardi Trophy housed in Califorina, or will the Cincinnati Bengals make it "third times a charm" and hold a Super Bowl victory parade for the first time ever? While that remains to be seen, there are plenty of fun football facts and tidbits to take in and learn over the next few days, including which of the guys of the gridiron (who all tend to make pretty good money) are the richest in the respective states they call home. Several current players are richest in their states, but there are more retired players that take the honor, this according to data released by OnlineGambling.com. Michigan's richest football player is Jake Long with a net worth of $54 million. He spent a majority of his career playing for the Miami Dolphins, but spent two years with the St. Louis Rams before finishing his career with the Atlanta Falcons and Minnesota Vikings. Kirk Cousins, currently a quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, is Illinois' richest footballer. He has a net worth of $70 million and this past season in 16 games he posted a 66.3 completion percentage with 4,221 yards and 33 touchdowns with only seven interceptions. Jeremy Maclin, a University of Missouri product, is Missouri's richest football player with a net worth of $20 million. Maclin, a former wide receiver, played the majority of his career with the Philadelphia Eagles, before coming home to play for the Kansas City Chiefs and finishing his career with the Baltimore Ravens.