The Jacksonville Jaguars, led by Trevor Lawrence, are sitting atop the AFC South and are heading strongly with the other elite teams toward a potential Super Bowl run. They started the season with a 10-point win over the Indianapolis Colts but lost the rhythm following that.
The Jaguars lost their consecutive games against the Kansas City Chiefs and Houston Texans in Week 2 and Week 3, albeit they bounced back incredibly in the following weeks. Lawrence has been leading the team’s offensive lineup that picked up five consecutive wins in the last few weeks. Besides on-field achievement, he holds a lucrative NFL contract and earns a lot of cash in endorsement deals.
What is the total NFL earnings of Trevor Lawrence?
After getting selected by the Jaguars with the No.1 overall pick in the first round of the 2021 NFL Draft, Lawrence has amassed a total of $31,116,194 throughout his three seasons in the league. He will make $4,004,863 in the 2023 season, and, according to Spotrac, his current deal with the team carries a cap hit of $10,034,588 as well as a dead cap value of $14,54,450 this year.
The signal-caller earned $24,778,900 in 2021, and $2,332,431 in the next year. The Jaguars can sign him to a contract extension after the third year of his rookie contract following the end of the 2023 NFL season. In terms of the average financial rankings of 2023, the dual threat ranks No. 22 among QBs and No. 243 among all the NFL players.
What is Trevor Lawrence’s NFL contract and net worth in 2023?
Lawrence is currently under a 4-year, $36,793,488 contract with the Jaguars that he signed initially after getting drafted. The deal includes $24,118,900 as a signing bonus, and $36,793,488 in guaranteed value while carrying an average annual salary of $9,198,372.
The Jaguars star has a net worth of over $3 million, per Sportskeeda. Besides his rookie contract, he earns a big sum from endorsement deals. The signal-caller signed with several big brands even before he got drafted. He signed a deal worth up to $2 million with Gatorade on April 23, 2021.
The 24-year-old also signed with popular brands like Bose, Adidas as well as Blockfolio and also did commercials for Subway. He also joined hands with FTX in April 2021 to promote their investment app Blockfolio, albeit the decision didn’t result in a good aftermath as the company collapsed shortly after that. The football prodigy used his cash to make investments in Bitcoin, Ethereum as well as a blockchain known as Solana.
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