Tim Hasselbeck made approximately $1.8 million with the New York Giants on his 2006 contract. His ESPN salary is not published, but as of 2014, his estimated net worth is $12 million.
Tim Hasselbeck played a total of seven seasons in the National Football League (NFL), and he then became an analyst for ESPN after retirement. He was signed with the Buffalo Bills, Philadelphia Eagles, Washington Redskins and New York Giants. He played one game with the Arizona Cardinals. His most recently published salary was for his 3-year contract with the New York Giants, during which time he served as a back-up quarterback for Eli Manning.Learn More
The NFL first instated a salary cap of $34.6 million for each franchise in 1994. Since then, the NFL's salary cap has increased considerably. The salary cap for the year 2014 was $133 million.Full Answer >
For the 2012 NFL season, the median salary among NFL kickers and punters was $2 million. Salaries among the 64 full-time players ranged from $405,000 to $4 million.Full Answer >
Semi-pro football players do not get paid. They are dedicated male and female amateurs who play because they enjoy the game. Some leagues charge players participation dues.Full Answer >
Trent Shelton is a motivational speaker and former wide receiver for the Baylor Bears. Shelton runs his nonprofit, RehabTime, in an effort to "promote change for the better" by demonstrating that "change starts with you," through the development of faith, self, fitness, relationships and leadership.Full Answer >