Jason Elam NFL Player Net Worth, Salary, Wife

By | February 22, 2017

Jason Elam is a former NFL player whose net worth is around $9 million. Check out his last drawn salary, wife, and education detail. Jason is one of the most popular names in the sports adobe. He is a former football placekicker of America. He was in the NFL Draft of 1993 and drafted by Denver Broncos in the third round of that.  He was in Denver Broncos for 15 years of his football career and then he played for the Atlanta Falcons for two years. He has reached the height of success in his long sports career. He was a so much attacking player on the field and he has bagged two Super Bowl Rings as a player of Broncos.

Jason Elam Net Worth

Name Jason Elam
Net Worth $9 million
Source of Income Football Placekicker
Annual Salary $2.25 Million
Birth Date March8, 1970
Ethnicity White
Height 1.80 m
Weight 88 kg
Boyfriend Tammy Elam

Jason Elam was born in Fort Walton Beach of Florida and the date of his birth is 8th March 1970. He was raised in Florida too. He is a true American. He went to the Brook wood High School of Georgia. Swimming, Football, and track running these are the passion and interest of Jason on his school days. He was on the football team of his school. He was on the first team all county and the honouree of the second team all-state. After his school days, he continued the football journey with the college team. He joined the University of Hawaii Manoa team, he was there as the placekicker of the team. Elam studied communication and got the major degree on his subject from the college too. He has so many records from his college football. In the long history of NCAA he was in the third position according to the points and at the second position for the field goals. In the Western Athletic Conference, he was the leading scorer.





Then the turning point of Elam’s career began when he joined the Broncos and the rest is just history. From 93 to 2010 it was a long and astounding career of him. He played his last two years of career with Atlanta Falcons but he ended up the story with a one-day ceremonial contract with Broncos to fulfill his desire to retire as a Broncos. He penned for some masterpieces also, including Monday Night with Jihad, Blown Coverage, and Inside Threat as a co-writer with Steve Yohn.  He also appeared on Buying Alaska with his wife Tammy, they have six children too.

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