Cris Carter the Pro Football Hall of Famer is a well-known former player of NFL. There is no doubt that he made millions of dollars as a player during his career but let's find out his recent net worth, earnings and much more.
Carter has been able to generate a negotiable amount of net worth and has pleasant earnings too.He has an estimated net worth of $9 million, a pretty huge amount indeed. Stay with us to know the source of his incomes and many other things.
Carter's net worth is estimated to $9 million including all his properties, cars and house. The sum of his salary of entire career is $ 92, 763,895. Talking on his endorsements, he is currently linked with one of the world's best band Nike.
According to his personal account in Sports Speaker 360(A sports talent booking agency), he stated that if any brand wants him for a speaking engagement, personal appearance, product endorsement or corporate event he will be available with the charge ranging between $30,001 - $50,000.
— Cris Carter (@criscarter80) May 11, 2017
His only present source of income is from his coaching, he too earned some massive amounts of money working as a host and analyst for ESPN and Yahoo Sports. He is reported to receive $1.5 million annually as his coaching salary.
Sadly there is no any information provided regarding his house and cars, we will soon update it as possible.
The 51 years old Cris Carter is an American former professional football player of the NFL who last played as a wide receiver for Miami Dolphins. He joined Middletown High School and later joined Ohio State College. He used to play both football and basketball at Ohio State but later decided to focus on football after making an immediate impact his freshman year.
The 4th round pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 1987 supplemental draft, Carter showed limited action during his rookie season catching just 5 passes for 84 yards and 2 touchdowns.
Though he was released out of the club after getting caught of alcohol and drug abuse, including large amounts of ecstasy, cocaine, and marijuana, he recovered it and credits his former coach for helping him turn his life around as a result. The Minnesota Vikings later claimed the troubled wide receiver off waivers on September 4, 1990, and his career in the club seemed improving as he is now known best for his career in Minnesota Vikings.
On February 2, 2013, Carter was announced as an inductee into the Hall of Fame Class of 2013 which means a dream come true for every athlete. He is recently working as a coach.