So, how much does Nick Fairley earn? How did he start his career? How much is Nick Fairley's net worth at the moment? Get to know more about Nick Fairley's contract, house, cars collection, and prolific career right below:
The professional NFL star Nick Fairley’s net worth as of 2017 was estimated to be around $9 million. Back in the year 2011, he earned a salary of $375,000 from Detroit Lions and signed the contract for $9,800,000. However, his signing bonus from Detroit Lions was $5,600,000.
Back in 2012 he had the salary of $824,000 and in 2014, $1,700,000, again from Detroit Lions. In 2015, he made another contract with St. Louis Blues for $5,000,000 and earned salary $2,500,000 as salary.
NFL and Forbes showed that Nick Fairley showed bonus/Sponsorship/ Endorsement amount is $375,652. He plays on the #98 position as a defensive tackle. He signed a contract of a year with St. Louis Rams and had total cap number value of $4,750,000 and base salary is $3,000,000.
Nick Fairley bought a luxury home in Alabama back in the year 2015. The estimated value of the Real Estate Property is around $1.3 million.
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Fairley is also quite interested in cars and has an expensive cars collection. He owns a Lexus which costs around $43,171 on average. He also owns a beautiful Mercedes Benz of worth $123,395 and the Rolls- Royce of $250,000.
In 2011 in BCS National Championship Game, Fairly decided to forgo his final year, entering the 2011 NFL Draft. Fairley was initially projected to be the first pick in the draft.
Fairley measurements at the combine showed him to be 6 feet 4 inches tall and 291 pounds, somewhat less than his listing of 6-7 and 300 pounds at Auburn. After the NFL Combine, he was projected in the 8-12 range.
Detroit Lions enlisted Nick Fairley in the first round as the 13th pick overall. Back on July 28, 2011, he signed a 4-year contract with the Lions. He signed the contract of four years of worth $10 million with a $5.7 million signing bonus.
In Detroit, Fairley joined All-Pro Ndamukong Suh on the interior of the Detroit defensive line. At times his play was stout, he was troubled by inconsistency.
Fairley signed a one-year, on March 13, 2015, $5 million contracts with the St.Louis Rams. Fairley played in 15 games for the Rams in the year 2015 along with their defensive line rotation and recorded 29 tackles (18 solos), a split sack, a pass defended, and one fumble recovery. On December 31, 2015, he was placed on injured reserve.