Net Worth: $48 Million
- Source of Wealth Sports, Football, NFL
- Birth Place Homestead, Florida
- Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
- Marital Status Single
- Full Name Antrel Rocelious Rolle
- Nationality American
- Date of Birth December 16, 1982
- Weight 208 lb (94 kg)
- Occupation Free Safety/Cornerback
- Education University of Miami
- Children None
About Antrel Rolle
Antrel Rolle is an American football safety who has an estimated net worth of $48 million. He earned his net worth as a player for the New York Giants in the National Football League (NFL). Born Antrel Rocelious Rolle on December 16, 1982 in Homestead, Florida, he attended South Dade High School where he played for the South Dade Buccaneers high school football team. He posted three interceptions, 85 tackles, and five pass deflections as a junior. He also returned three kickoffs and three punts for touchdowns. He compiled three interceptions and 86 tackles as a senior. Offensively, he had four receptions for 160 yards and a touchdown. He enrolled at the University of Miami where he played for Miami Hurricanes football team from 2001 to 2004. He then became an All-American CB. He received excelled press-coverage after serving as the driving force in shutting down All-American receivers Larry Fitzgerald (3 catches for 26 yards) and Calvin Johnson (2 catches for 10 yards).
Rolle went pro in 2005 when he was drafted (eight pick overall) by the Arizona Cardinals in the first round of the 2005 NFL Draft. He was the second cornerback picked during the draft. However, his career did not start off well due to torn cartilage in his left knee that he suffered after a game against the Seattle Seahawks in a game on September 25, 2005. He was sidelined throughout most of the 2005 season since he needed a surgery.
Antrel Rolle came back strong in 2007. He was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in the Cardinals’ 35-27 victory over the Bengals. This made him the 24th player in NFL history and the fifth player in team history to return two interceptions for touchdowns. He continued to play for the Cardinals but on Mar 4, 2010, he was released to avoid a $4 million roster bonus. The next day, March 5, 2010, he signed a five-year, $37 million contract with the Giants making him one of the highest paid safeties in the NFL. He then became a member of the Super Bowl XLVI championship team.