Rising NFL star Patrick Mahomes net worth is climbing as fast as one of his fastball throws. The Kansas City Chiefs quarterback blew up the league in 2018 by passing for over 5,000 yards and 50 touchdowns, earning himself the league’s MVP trophy along the way.
Patrick Mahomes Net Worth Snapshot
Name: Patrick Mahomes II
Profession: Quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs
College: Texas Tech
Estimated Net Worth: $10 Million
(According to celebritynetworth.com)
Sources of Patrick Mahomes’ Wealth:
Patrick Mahomes Salary from the Chiefs
Mahomes signed a four-year rookie contract in 2017 with the Kansas City Chiefs. The fully-guaranteed contract will pay him $16.4 million plus a $10.1 million signing bonus and $3.9 million roster bonus. The Chiefs hold an option for the fifth year, but it is likely that the team will offer him a juicy new contract before that ever happens.
Mahomes is one of the hottest rising stars in the NFL, and the Chiefs will want to lock in their young superstar for as long as possible.
Mahomes’ breakout MVP season brought on many endorsement opportunities. The first deal he signed came from the ketchup-maker Hunts. Mahomes is well-known for his use of ketchup on just about anything he eats, including on his steaks.
From there the flood gates crashed opened. He penned deals with sunglass-maker Oakley, shoe and sportswear manufacturer Adidas and Goodcents Deli Fresh Subs.
His most recent endorsement agreements came from Essentia Water and Hy-Vee. A new Essentia commercial features Mahomes promoting the company’s supercharged ionized alkaline water. His collaboration with Hy-Vee includes television commercials, personal appearances and apparel as well as social media and marketing events.
In 2018 he became the first Chiefs player to ever appear on the cover of the Madden NFL series (Madden NFL 20).
The Chief’s quarterback has plenty of talent and notoriety to leverage. He’s begun to dip his toes into the world of fashion with his new branded-clothing line featuring his own logo. His online store Mahomes15.com features branded apparel and sportswear for all ages.
NFL’s First 200 Million Dollar Man?
According to football salary analysts, Mahomes could be in line to become the first $200 million dollar man in the history of the NFL. If he continues his trajectory established in his first full season, the Chiefs will back up the truck and make him the highest paid quarterback ever. The league’s MVP finished with 5,381 passing yards, 50 touchdowns and only 12 interceptions in 2018.
The upside for Patrick Mahomes is immeasurable. He finished the 2018 season (his first full year) with a 12-4 record, taking the Chiefs all the way to the AFC Championship game. (The team lost to the eventual Super Bowl-winning New England Patriots.) He finished first in ESPN’s QBR quarterback passer rating and second in total passing yards with 5,097.
NFL Jersey Sales Show Popularity
His popularity is rising to be amongst hottest in the NFL with his jersey sales ranking third overall behind only Tom Brady and Khalil Mack according to nflshop.com. With his youth, likability and star quality, Mahomes ranks as one of the most marketable players in the league and his career has only just begun.
NFL Quarterback Salary Comparison
Patrick Mahomes average annual salary: $4.1 million
A salary of over $4 million per year is not too shabby, but relatively small in comparison to veteran QBs who have signed big deals per the NFL agreement.
The top five highest-paid quarterbacks in the NFL (average annual salary):
1. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks: $35 million
2. Ben Roethlisberger, Pittsburgh Steelers: $34 million
3. Aaron Rodgers, Green Bay Packers: $33.55 million
4. Matt Ryan, Denver Broncos: $30 million
5. Kirk Cousins, Minnesota Vikings: $28 million
Salary Fast Fact: Super Bowl LIII champion quarterback Tom Brady of the New England Patriots earned approximately $20.5 million in 2018 in his QB role from the team.
Patrick Mahomes Player Stats
Born: 9/17/1995 in Tyler, Texas. So, how old is Patrick Mahomes? He’s 24 years old.
Height: 6’ 3”
Weight: 230 lbs
Nicknames: Showtime, The Gunslinger, The Musician
Check out these awesome Patrick Mahomes fantasy football names for your next fantasy football league.
Video: How fast can Patrick Mahomes throw a football?
How Far Can Mahomes Throw a football?
On his pro day prior to the 2017 NFL draft, Patrick heaved the ball nearly 80 yards. Whoa!
Patrick Mahomes Background
Mahomes attended Whitehouse High School in Whitehouse, Texas, where he played football, baseball and basketball. In football, he led the team to its first district title with a 12-1 record. Rivals, ESPN and 247 Sports rated him a three-star recruit coming out of his final year of high school.
Check out how another Texas high school QB has fared: Drew Brees Net Worth.
Where did Patrick Mahomes go to college? Mahomes played three seasons for Texas Tech before declaring he would enter the NFL Draft. As a freshman, he set the Big 12 record for passing yards (598) in a game. His play improved each year, finishing among the best in school history. He left his mark with NCAA records for single-game passing yards (734) and total offense yards (819) against Oklahoma in 2016.
The Kansas City Chiefs selected Patrick Mahomes in the 1st round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He was the #10 overall pick that year.
Upcoming Free Agency
Mahomes will be eligible for free agency in 2021 (if the Chiefs decline to take fifth year option).
Mahomes saw little action as the backup quarterback his freshman year with the Chiefs in 2017. But the next year, starting QB Alex Smith was dealt to the Washington Redskins. Mahomes took the reigns and never looked back.
His breakout season in 2018 led to numerous honors, including being named First Team All-Pro and the NFL MVP. He finished the season playing in the 2019 Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida.
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No Look Passes
One of Mahomes’ calling cards as a quarterback is his ability to execute no look passes with efficiency. Check out the NFL-N-Motion view of one of his no-look passes.
Mahomes is not married or engaged as of this writing.
Mahomes’ twitter account is @PatrickMahomes.
— Dante’ Jones (@Dantej21) June 4, 2019
Who is Patrick Mahomes Girlfriend?
Mahomes’ long-term girlfriend is soccer player Brittany Matthews, who he met in high school. As of now, no word on engagement or future plans for this couple.
She attended University of Texas Tyler and was a standout in soccer. In the 2016 season, she was named all conference, All-West Region, ASC All-Tournament and was twice named the player of the week.
Matthews now works as a personal trainer.
— Hot News (@101hotnewsnow) April 13, 2017
Who are his Mother and Father?
His immediate family includes his mother Randi and his father Patrick. Patrick Mahomes’ father (Patrick Mahomes) played professional baseball. The senior Mahomes pitched for six different teams from 1992 to 2003. He finished his MLB career with a 42-39 record.
Does He Have Brothers and Sisters?
He has two siblings: brother Jackson and sister Mia.
Quotes About Patrick Mahomes
“Mahomes’ talent is as good as anybody in the league now and has ever played the game. I think the kid will get nothing but better.”
“He gets the ball to all of his receivers quick, quick release, sees things quickly, can extend plays, got a great arm, got a fabulous arm, can throw the ball out of the stadium. He makes good decisions, accurate, gets the ball out on time.”
“Patrick Mahomes. Here’s a guy who’s the Kermit to my Miss Piggy <3.”
“Mahomes’ brilliance is hard to explain, even harder to exaggerate. He is bending the boundaries of what is plausible on the football field. Only Aaron Rodgers is able to match the first-year starter’s blend of athleticism, precision and playmaking magic. Nobody has a more impressive arm than Mahomes.”
“Every week, Patrick Mahomes does a bunch of things that shouldn’t be possible for a human.”
Patrick Mahomes Quotes
1.) I just try to learn from every mistake that I make so that I never make them again.
2.) I love being able to come in every single day and work out and watch film and practice with guys who are all striving for the same goal.
3.) You have to be secure with the ball. You can’t lose it.
4.) Every experience, good or bad, you have to learn from.
5.) I think the message for the whole team is we’re not satisfied with where we’re at. We wanted to put ourselves in this position, but at the same time, we know we still have a long way to go. We’re going to keep in that mentality the rest of this season and into the playoffs not being satisfied with just being here. We want to make sure we can go and win the big games whenever we need to.
6.) Just how to be a professional. [Alex is] a great pro, someone who gameplans week in and week out. He really loves this, and I’ll forever cherish the person that he is and he’ll be a great friend no matter what happens.
On Alex Smith
7.) I came from Texas Tech and had a ton of stats and didn’t win enough games. For me, it’s all about winning. I want to win the Super Bowl. I want to win the championship, and that’s it.
On goals for his first season
Patrick Mahomes Fun Facts
1.) The NFL star quarterback was also drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the 37th round of the 2014 Major League Baseball Draft, but he did not sign with the team.
2.) His dad gave him the nickname, “Showtime,” because he saw some flash in his son’s game.
3.) His favorite sport other than football is golf.
4.) Baker Mayfield and Patrick Mahomes went head-to-head in a record setting college game. Mayfield and the Sooners won that day after putting up 66 points on the scoreboard. Mahomes and the Raiders only managed a measly 59 points.
4.) Mahomes has something in common with Kermit the Frog. Some of his teammates poke fun at him for having a “froggish” voice. Hear him explain it yourself in the following video.
Patrick Mahomes Voice Video
The future is bright for this young football superstar on and off the field. In this article we dig deeper into his rookie contract, endorsement deals and future earnings potential.
— Greg Johnson & Mike O’Halloran
Greg, a long-time Vikings’ fan, writes about football and sports. Mike is the editor and founder of Sports Feel Good Stories and a Kansas City Chiefs fan.
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