Fred Jackson (NFL) Net Worth

Net Worth: $12 Million
Statistics
  • Source of Wealth:

    Football
  • Age:

    37
  • Birth Place:

    Fort Worth, Texas, United States
  • Weight:

    216 lb (98 kg)
  • Marital Status:

    Married (Danielle)
  • Full Name:

    Frederick George Jackson
  • Nationality:

    American
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About Frederick George Jackson

Fred Jackson is an American professional football player who has an estimated net worth of $12 million.

Fred Jackson attended Lamar High School. He played for the school's football and track team. During his senior year for Lamar Viking varsity team, he played as third string running back.

He joined the Coe College football team. While with the team, he contributed 29 touchdowns, and rushed for 1,702 yards. Jackson was named to five All-American teams in 2002 and was a two-time Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference MVP. In 2003, he was undrafted for NFL and tried out for several teams such as Chicago Bears, Green Bay Packers, and Denver Broncos.

Jackson went to play indoor football for Sioux City Bandits in 2004. He spent two seasons for National Indoor Football League and United Indoor Football. During his stint with the Bandits, he was named 2005 UIF co-MVP awardee. He ran for 1,770 yards, and 53 touchdowns in 18 games.

Then, in 2006 he played for Rhein Fire at NFL Europa. Also on the same year, Jackson was invited to the training camp by the Buffalo Bills. During his eight seasons with the team, he was named as NFL All Purpose Yards leader in 2009 and 2010 Bills Walter Payton's Man of the Year award. He signed a one-year contract with Seattle Seahawks on September 7, 2015.

Frederick George Jackson was born on February 20, 1981 in Fort Worth, Texas.

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Earnings 2015

Salary 2015
Salary from Seattle Seahawks
$870,000
Contract 2015
Contract with Seattle Seahawks
$900,000

Earnings 2014

Salary 2014
Salary from Buffalo Bills
$2,400,000
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