Chris Hogan, a former New York Jets wide receiver, announced Saturday that he will be entering the professional lacrosse draft. Hogan enjoyed a successful NFL career and won two Super Bowl Championships as a member of the New England Patriots. Chris Hogan was a nine-year veteran of the NFL.
He spent four years with Buffalo Bills, three with the New England Patriots and one with the Carolina Panthers before joining the New York Jets. Hogan’s best season was with the New England Patriots. With the Patriots, he had 107 receptions and 1,651 receiving yards. He also scored 12 touchdowns.
Many NFL fans are curious about Chris Hogan’s net worth after nine years of being a wide receiver for the Jets.
What is Chris Hogan’s net worth?
According to celebritynetworth.com, Chris Hogan has a network of $6.2 million as of 2021. The New England Patriots was the largest contract Chris Hogan signed in his nine years of NFL service. Hogan signed a $32 million three-year contract in 2016.
Chris Hogan earned $16 million playing in the NFL, after adding up all his bonuses and salaries over the past ten years. Hogan is now preparing to become a professional in another sport. Hogan has made it clear that he will be entering the professional draft for lacrosse.
He was a former New York Jets wide receiver who played as a midfielder for Penn State. As a junior, he scored 29 goals. For his last year of eligibility, he transferred to Monmouth. Hogan will take a huge pay cut in comparison to what he earned in the NFL and what it will cost him for lacrosse.
An average professional lacrosse player earns between $10,000 and $25,000 annually. Professional lacrosse players make between $7,000 and $9,000 annually as their first year. Many professional lacrosse players also have full-time jobs outside of lacrosse.
Premier Lacrosse pays its players an average salary $35,000 per year. Chris Hogan hopes to join this professional lacrosse league. Although this salary is significantly higher than that of the regular lacrosse league it is still far less than what he earned in one year in the NFL.
Chris Hogan clearly wants to make a career shift because he loves lacrosse. He isn’t making this move to make more money. It will be interesting for us to see how his net worth changes in the future.