According to Spotrac.com, the two-time Super Bowl champion has made just over $64.782 million in career earnings. In 2020, the future Hall of Famer signed a lucrative four-year contract extension worth $57.25 million.
With three years remaining on his contract, Kelce’s career earnings total will soon surpass the $80 million mark. And if he continues to play at this level for a few more years, Kelce could easily hit the $100 million career earnings threshold.
Andrew Petcash, an expert in athlete business, detailed in a Twitter thread how Kelce has also managed to make a pretty penny off the field.
After going through his earnings as a rookie quickly, Kelce brought in trustworthy advisors and began earning millions in endorsements.
Kelce then did his homework on how private companies succeed, which led to the Chiefs’ fan favorite launching his own business expenditures. Throw in the successful podcast he runs with older brother Jason (a star center on the Philadelphia Eagles), and you can see how Kelce has made a name for himself in the business world.
Widely regarded as the best tight end of his era, Kelce has earned eight Pro Bowl nods to go along with his two Super Bowl (54 and 57) rings. Through 10 seasons, he has 814 career receptions for 10,344 yard and 69 touchdowns.
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