- Birth Name Carson Wentz
- Birth Place Bismarck, North Dakota
- Famous Name Carson Wentz
- Father Doug Wentz
- Mother Cathy Domres
- Net Worth $40 million
- Salary $20,400,000 in 2021
- Nationality American
- Ethnicity White
- Profession Football Quarterback
- University attended North Dakota State
- School attended Century High School
- Currently Married Yes
- Married to Madison Oberg (m. 2018)
- Divorce N/A
- Affair with Melissa Uhrich
- Girlfriend Melissa Uhrich
Carson Wentz is an American football quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League. He was selected by the Eagles with the second overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, the highest selection ever for an FCS player.
The famous pro-football player Carson Wentz recently penned a multi-million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles which makes him one of the most expensive picks for the Eagles. To know about his early life, net worth, wife, career stats, and more, take a look until the end.
Carson Wentz's Salary and Net Worth in 2019
The 28 years old professional, Carson Wentz has an estimated net worth of $40 million. Not to mention, the significant source of his income is NFL career. He agreed to a 4 year, $128,000,000 contract with the Eagles in 2021 that will pay him $32,000,000 on average annually. He will earn $20,400,000 in 2021.
Previously, his contract with the Eagles was worth around $26.67 million, guaranteed with a $17.6 million signing bonus. In 2019, he earned a base salary of $720,000 and a roster bonus of $3,367,683, while carrying a cap hit of $8,487,927 and a dead cap value of $8,487,926. He so far has made career earnings of $79,059,339.
As for Driving, Carson Wentz owns a few of the best luxury cars in the world. Some of them are Corvette, Cadillac, Range Rover and Lamborghini.
He recently bought the Lamborghini luxury car for $450,000. Carson Wentz owns a Luxury house in Philadelphia. Carson Wentz bought this House in 2016. The present estimated value of this Real Estate around $6 Million.
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Carson Wentz's Personal Life; Who is his Wife?
Talking about his personal bio and affairs, he is married to Madison Oberg. The couple tied the knot in July 2018 after getting engaged in February earlier this year. He is now living a happy married life with his wife. Not much is known about Madison as Carson does a good job to keep her out of sight.
The couple is often seen attending parties and events together. Till date, they show no sign of any complication in their relationship. The couple has not parented any child as of now.
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Carson Wentz was formerly in a relationship with Melissa Uhrich. The couple was together since high school and they ended their relationship in 2017 but none of them revealed their reason behind their split.
Carson Wentz is a very busy man but he takes some time to give back what he gained from his school and college, recently he was in news for visiting his Bismarck high school in North Dakota where he spoke to athletes and future prospects of the college.
Further, on Jul 2, 2018, he sat with kids at Sanford Power and motivated them to keep playing and even answered their questions. Two of the kids even received a Jersey signed by him.
Early Life of Carson Wentz
Carson Wentz was born as Carson David Wentz on 30 December 1992, to American parents, Kathy Domres and Doug Wentz and his birth sign is Capricorn. He was born and raised in Bismarck, North Dakota, the United States, along with his two siblings, Zach Wentz, and Duke Domres.
He holds the citizenship of the United States and his ethnicity is white. He went to Bismarck Secondary High School and further joined the North Dakota State University.
Professional Career of Carson Wentz
After graduating high school from Bismarck, Carson Wentz attended North Dakota State University for his further education and played there from 2011 to 2015. He played professionally and set several records. He was an awesome quarterback in his college days. On September 22, 2012, he played his first collegiate game.
He received the NCAA Division I Championship Game's Most Outstanding Player award for his college football contributions. He winningly led NDSU to FCS National Championship.
Wentz was selected by Philadelphia Eagles in the 2016 NFL Draft. He also went through a rib injury, but these minor things would not affect his career. His devotion was clearly seen in his game and it did establish himself as one of the best footballers in the world. He broke many rookie records including most pass attempts and most pass completions.
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Wentz had 7,078 passing yards, 644 completions, and 49 touchdowns during the 2017 season. However, he suffered an ACL injury due to which he could not play the last three games of the season. Nevertheless, Wentz finished third in NFL MVF voting. Eagles won the Super Bowl LII with Nick Foles as the leader that year. Wentz is now set to return to the field after missing the first two games of 2018 season.
In his 2018 debut, he would finish with 255 yards with 1 touchdown and an interception in the Eagles' 20-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts.