Eli Manning Net Worth

Eli Manning is a retired American professional football quarterback who has a net worth of $160 million. Having played his entire 16-year career for the New York Giants, he retired from the NFL on January 22, 2020.

 At the time of his retirement, he was the highest-earning player in league history with career earnings of $252 million in salary alone.

When Manning joined the team at The University of Mississippi, better known as Ole Miss, he was very much under the shadow of his father, considered a legend at the school.

Furthermore, his older brother Cooper Manning had actually previously committed to playing for Ole Miss, before a diagnosis with the disorder spinal stenosis cut his career short.

He only appeared in six games his freshman year, but after the departure of senior player Romaro Miller, Manning became the starting quarterback his sophomore year.

His senior year, he led the Rebels to a 10-3 record, as well as a victory in the SBC Cotton Bowl Classic over Oklahoma State.

At the end of his college career, he won several awards such as the Maxwell Award as the best all-around player in the nation,

the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award, and the SEC Most Valuable Player Award.

He was also a candidate for the 2003 Heisman Trophy, ultimately finished third in the voting.

 His college statistics include 10,119 passing yards, 81 touchdown passes,

and a passer rating of 137.7. He graduated from Ole Miss with a degree in marketing.

Off the field, Manning was one of the highest paid celebrity endorsers in the world during his professional career.

He regularly earned $8-10 million per year promoting brands like Gatorade, DirecTV, Toyota, Reebok, Kraft, Citizen and Samsung.

Additionally, Eli, Peyton and Archie Manning got together and co-authored the children's book "Family Huddle,

" which tells the story of the three Manning brothers playing football together growing up.


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