The world we live in identify our presence on the basis of money we earn, the net worth we hold, and what not. And when it comes to living a lavish lifestyle with a hand full of money, who do we talk about? Maximum of times, celebrities, right?
Likewise, Hank Baskett is one example to the world where he showed his talent as a professional football player. With that being said, he holds a huge amount of net worth that is very close to millions. So, aren’t you curious to know how rich Hank really is? We bet you are.
Hank Baskett has earned more than enough from his profession. In 2017, he owns a house, a car and has earned the huge sum of money from descent salary of $1.3 million per annum. Hank Baskett’s net worth is estimated to be somewhere around $6.5 million dollars.
You can see some of his pictures and know his exciting lifestyle. Take a look.
Well, $6.5 million, it’s a huge amount right? What would you do if your net worth was as high as Baskett's? We don’t know about you but Hank is probably enjoying his life in a lavish style.
Hank Baskett began his professional career signing with Minnesota Vikings as a rookie undrafted free agent in 2006. However, he was soon traded to the Philadelphia Eagles. While playing with the Eagles, Baskett scored 112 yards and a touchdown against the Dallas Cowboys.
Similarly, he scored 177 receiving yards with one touchdown against Atlanta Falcons. As a result, Baskett's net worth grew as he received rookie of the week honor. Moreover, he became the 2007 special teams Most Valuable Player after completion of rookie season with 22 receptions for 464 yards.
Baskett with the Philadelphia Eagles in August 2010, Source: SuperbHub
As a result, his net worth grew as he received rookie of the week honor. Moreover, he became the 2007 special teams Most Valuable Player after completion of rookie season with 22 receptions for 464 yards.
In 2009, he signed as a restricted free agent. Eagles released him on September 15, 2009, because the club already had seven wide receivers. Well, this man has undoubtedly a prolific career and maybe he has a lot of plans to add up more in his existing career.
Consequently, he signed a one-year contract with Indianapolis Colts a couple of days later. While playing with Colts, he failed to corral on the onside kick against New Orleans Saints. Therefore, Saints won and Colts released him the other day of the match i.e. on February 8, 2010.
Hank returned to Eagles signing the one-year contract on March 12, 2010, for $800,000. This contract again amplified Baskett’s existing net worth.
Hank Baskett 90yrd TD catch against Rams
On September 2010, Baskett joined Minnesota Vikings and played 8 games in 2010. However, Vikings didn't prolong his tender leading him to be a free agent out of restriction. It also led to the end of his NFL career.