Terrell Eldorado Owens
Net Worth: $100,000
Source of Wealth: sports, NFL
Born: December 7, 1973 in Alexander City, Alabama
College: University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
How much money does Terrell Owens make?
|Season||Team||Base Salary||Bonus||Cap Value||Salary|
|2008||Dallas Cowboys||$ 830,000||$ 12,900,000||$ 5,723,228||$ 13,731,560|
|2006||Dallas Cowboys||$ 5,000,000||$ 5,000,000||$ 6,667,766||$ 10,001,100|
|2004||Philadelphia Eagles||$ 660,000||$ 2,300,000||$ 7,244,033||$ 9,160,700|
|2007||Dallas Cowboys||$ 5,000,000||$ 5,000,000||$ 9,666,666||$ 8,000,000|
|2009||Buffalo Bills||$ 2,250,000||$ 4,000,000||$ 6,250,000||$ 6,250,000|
|2003||San Francisco 49ers||$ 4,200,000||$ 6,661,235||$ 4,700,000|
|2002||San Francisco 49ers||$ 3,600,000||$ 6,111,955||$ 4,150,720|
|2005||Philadelphia Eagles||$ 2,485,294||$ 3,118,627||$ 2,735,294|
|2001||San Francisco 49ers||$ 477,000||$ 3,292,842||$ 2,438,235||$ 2,438,235|
|2000||San Francisco 49ers||$ 413,000||$ 1,412,400||$ 1,825,400||$ 1,825,400|
2010 – Signed a 1 year $2 million contract with Cincinnati Bengals.
2009 – Signed a 1 year $6.25 million contract with the Buffalo Bills.
2006 – Signed a 3 year $25 million contract with Dallas Cowboys.
2004 – Signed a 7 year, $49 million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Terrell Owens’ contract with the Bengals was not renewed for the 2011 NFL season. He unable to get an NFL team to sign him. So he signed with the Allen Wranglers of the Indoor Football League.
His contract with the Allen Wranglers is worth between $250,000 and $500,000.
Terrell Owens broke?
Owens has fallen on hard times. A combination of bad investments, trusting the wrong people, and large child support payments has left Owens nearly broke.
As of 2012, two of his condo homes in Dallas, Texas are in foreclosure.
Owens is also $20,000 behind on child support payments for one of his kids. The mother of the child filed a petition in court that is asking for Owens to be fined or jailed if he doesn’t pay.
Owens attempted to get his child support payments lowered by a court in 2011, blaming the 2011 NFL lockout for his inability to pay. The court denied his request. Owens has to pay nearly $45K in child support every month for his four children. Three of the four mothers have sued him.
Unfortunately, we expect Owens will have to file for bankruptcy in the near future.
Paid endorsements and sponsors
Owens had an endorsement deal with Nike.