Matt Cassel Net Worth

Net Worth: $45 Million
  • Source of Wealth:

    Sports (NFL)
  • Age:

  • Birth Place:

    Northridge, California, United States
  • Weight:

    230 lbs (104 kg)
  • Marital Status:

    Married (Lauren Killian)
  • Full Name:

    Matthew Gus Brennan Cassel
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About Matthew Gus Brennan Cassel

Matt Cassel is a retired American football quarterback who has an estimated net worth of $45 million. In the 2005 NFL draft's seventh round, he got drafted by the New England Patriots. This journeyman quarterback was able to play for various football teams like the Detroit Lions, Tennessee Titans, Dallas Cowboys, Buffalo Bills, Minnesota Vikings, as well as the Kansas City Chiefs.

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At the first week of the 2008 season after Tom Brady, the reigning NFL MVP suffered a season-ending knee injury, Cassel became the starting quarterback of the Patriots. The Patriots eventually utilized their franchise tag on Cassel to extend him a one-year contract that is more than $14 million. In the history of the NFL, it became the largest one-year contract for an offensive player. During the offseason, the Patriots traded Cassel to the Kansas City Chiefs. In July 2009, they signed him to a six-year contract worth $62.7 million. By the year 2010, Cassel was able to lead the Chiefs to their first divisional championship in AFC West in seven years. Because of this, he earned a Pro Bowl selection.

From 2011 to 2012, he was only able to play for partial seasons as a starting quarterback because his injuries limited his playing time. The Chiefs eventually cut him in the 2013 off-season and he signed with the Vikings. He was able to earn his way as a Vikings started but his 2014 season was cut short because of additional injuries.

In the 2015 season, he got traded by the Vikings to the Buffalo Bills. After just three games, he got traded to the Dallas Cowboys. Here, he served as a back-up role and started several games as a replacement for the injured Tony Romo. In the 2016 season, he got released by the Cowboys and played as a back-up for the Tennessee Titans. He then played the same role for the Detroit Lions in 2018.

Cassel eventually became NBC Sports Boston's television football analyst.

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Earnings 2018

Salary Jan. 2018
Base salary with the Detroit Lions for the year 2018
Signing Bonus Jan. 2018
Signing bonus with the Detroit Lions
Contract Jan. 2018
A one-year contract with the Detroit Lions

Earnings 2017

Bonus Jan. 2017
Roster bonus with the Tennessee Titans for the year 2017
Salary Jan. 2017
Base salary with the Tennessee Titans for the year 2017
Contract Jan. 2017
A two-year contract with the Tennessee Titans
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