Peyton Manning established himself as one of the premier quarterbacks that the NFL has ever seen. Throughout his 18-year career, he was able to accumulate a ton of money from both his playing contracts and endorsement deals. Today we’re going to take a look at Peyton Manning’s net worth in 2020.
According to Kurt Badenhausen of Forbes, the 5-time MVP has over $400 million in career earnings. The Indianapolis Colts selected Peyton as the first overall pick in the 1998 NFL Draft. He went on to sign a $46.3 million rookie deal, with an $11.6 million signing bonus. In 2004, he secured the most lucrative paycheck of his career at $98 million with a $34.5 million signing bonus. He went on to score his third and final deal with the Colts worth $90 million in 2011.
After undergoing neck surgery, he was subsequently released and became one of the highest-profile free agents in NFL history. In 2012, Peyton decided to start anew with the Denver Broncos and signed a five-year, $96 million contract deal. Before the 2015 season, he agreed to take a salary reduction from $19 million to $15 million to help cut costs. From 2012-2015, Manning served as the starting quarterback for the Broncos. He retired in March 2016, shortly after leading his team to a Super Bowl 50 win over the Carolina Panthers.
Peyton Manning’s net worth in 2020
Manning remains one of the world’s most marketable athletes as he also made huge money off the field. He endorses many major global brands including Nike, Buick, Papa Johns, and DirecTV. He also has affiliations with Sony, ESPN, Spring, Master Card, and Gatorade. In addition, he also owns 32 Papa John’s pizza stores located in Colorado and earns over $25 million a year in endorsements alone.
Spotrac lists Peyton as the second highest-earning player in league history with a total of $248, 732,000, second only to his younger brother Eli who tops the list with over $252,280,004 made.
Up to this day, Manning still holds the NFL record for most consecutive seasons with over 4,000-yard passing seasons (14). He rounds off his career with two Super Bowl rings, 13 Pro-Bowl selections, and five NFL Most Valuable Player awards. He will be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2021.