What is Dez Bryant Net Worth in 2020? Find Out About His Contract, Salary, and NFT
Grab all the net worth details of the Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Dez Bryant.
Dez Bryant is enjoying his time with the Baltimore Ravens and no longer holds a grudge against his former team Dallas Cowboys, as he came out in 2018 to point out that his release from the team was 'very personal.' At the time, he accused the staff of then-coach Jason Garrett and the 'Garrett guys' of trying to get rid of him during the end of his contract.
Now, Dez Bryant has moved on from all of that. As per ESPN, he calls those situations with his former team the 'water under the bridge.' As one of the most talented players in the league, he does not need to concern himself with those matters at all; whatever he needs to do, he shows it on the pitch. And this has led him to the reputation he has today, and with such a successful career, he's making millions in earnings. But, how much is he worth really? Let's find out.
What is Dez Bryant's Net Worth in 2020?
There are no official details relating to the actual net worth of Dez Bryant, but by analyzing the contracts, salaries, and finances over the past few years, we believe his fortunes are worth a total of $80 million as of December 2020.
Dez Bryant holds an estimated net worth of $80 million as of December 2020.
According to an estimation by Forbes magazine, Dez Bryant holds an approximate net worth of $23.5 million back in 2016. But with the new contract signings and earnings over the years from the different teams he's played for, it will be plausible to predict his net worth to be around $80 million.
Dez Bryant's earnings shot up when he signed a five-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys in July 2015, worth $70 million. This deal came after he caught 41 touchdowns and nearly 4,000 yards worth of passes over the previous three seasons. The contract guaranteed $45 million, and additionally, he got $20 million as a signing bonus.
Even though injuries made him play only nine games during the 2015 season, Dez Bryant's merchandise sales brought in the money, as his sales were still the fifth-highest in the league and tops among non-quarterbacks.
Dez Bryant's Salaries and Contracts
Dez Bryant agreed to a five-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys in July 2010, after being the 24th overall pick in the NFL Draft. The deal was reportedly worth $11.8 million, with $8.3 million guaranteed. During his eight seasons with the Cowboys, he became a three-time Pro Bowl player, totaling 531 receptions for 7,459 yards and a franchise record of 73 touchdowns.
Dez Bryant signed a five-year contract worth $11.8 million with the Dallas Cowboys after being the 24th overall pick in the NFL Draft in 2010.
According to Republic World, Dez Bryant made $56,810,500 during his eight seasons with the Cowboys, which includes the earnings from his $70 million-worth contract in 2015.
On November 7, 2018, Dez Bryant signed a one-year deal worth $1.25 million with the New Orleans Saints. But during his injury, as he tore his Achilles tendon during team practice, he played no games for the team and took home only $588,235 from the contract.
Dez Bryant's Signing with the Baltimore Ravens and His Earnings from Brand Endorsements
Baltimore Ravens signed Dez Bryant to their 53-man roster in November 2020. He was previously signed to the Ravens practice squad in October after he was out of football since 2017. Bryant's contract with the team lasts for a year, and the deal is worth $120,000, as per Republic World.
Baltimore Ravens signed a one-year deal worth $120,000 with Dez Bryant to induct him in their 53-man roster in November 2020.
Aside from his salaries from the teams he's played for, Dez Bryant also makes money from brand endorsements. His endorsement partners include Nike's Jordan brand, BodyArmor, and Panini. BodyArmor partnered with Bryant in January 2016 to help spread the sports drink in Texas and made him a shareholder in the company as part of the deal.
Recently Dez Bryant Tweeted, "Baltimore wasn't the place for me"
As mentioned earlier, Dez Bryant was out of the game for a couple of years. After taking a break for around two years, Bryant came back to the NFL.
Bryant, 32, made his comeback signing a year deal with Baltimore Ravens. However, soon after restarting his football journey, he realized that going with Ravens was a wrong decision.
As noted by NFL, Bryant is in for only two more seasons, and after that, he will retire. Indeed, the former Pro Bowl might put an end to his football career. He even tweeted about Raven being unfit for him early this year. Bryant tweeted,
"I will speak on my personal experience. I was in a position where everything was already established." He adds, "I took advantage of getting myself right. I realized quick Baltimore wasn't the place for me ... no bad blood that's their way of doing things so you gotta respect it."
Former Dallas Cowboys Star Dez Bryant On NFT And Aiming To Make $100 Million From His New Venture
The year 2021 ended, and Dez Bryant fans might be wondering what their favorite athlete might be doing as of now. Furthermore, his loved ones might be wondering whether or not he will make a comeback in the NFL.
Well, there is no answer to that question; however, one thing for sure former Dallas Cowboys star is all into NFT as of now. Yes, he is. Moreover, Bryant is one of the athlete founders of Personal Corner, a non-fungible token company.
According to TMZ, Bryant aims to make quite a fortune through his new venture. As NFT is making quite a noise in the current world, the former NFL star is excited to see what his new project will bring him in the near future.
As per the site, Bryant seeks to make over $100 million worth of fortune through his NFT company, Personal Corner. Now, no one knows what is in for Bryant; however, if he succeeds on his new journey, it will for sure increase his current net worth.
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