Jerry Rice is a popular name in NFL. It’s been declared the present sum of Jerry Rice net worth reaches 55 million dollars, which makes him among the most fiscally successful sportsmen in NFL. Now, he’s considered to be retired from this sport. When Jerry was playing in the league, Jerry Rice was a wide receiver and therefore, he could be regarded as the most successful wide receiver in the entire NFL history. Jerry Rice is also called a player of lots of Pro Bowls. Jerry Rice was created in 1962 in Mississippi.
Jerry Rice Net Worth $55 Million Dollars
Jerry Rice also said that his hands got so strong because when he was a kid he used to help his dad in a brick mason. Jerry Rice would throw bricks to two shops, which caused his arm being developed considerably quicker than those of his classmates. Because the child was so quickly, Jerry Rice was among the greatest players of high school football.
Shortly, the child got his nickname “World”. This nickname was given to the child because it was asserted that there was no ball on the planet, which couldn’t be caught by Jerry Rice. Also, the child enjoyed this sport so much that he determined to become involved into football and make it his future career. Eventually, football became the primary source of Jerry Rice net worth. Jerry Rice determined to remain with the latter choice.
So, his profession in school proved to be an enormous success and it was clear he would reach a lot in the NFL, which likewise functioned as the primary source of Jerry Rice net worth. As a specialist football player, Jerry Rice has been playing in a number of teams, like San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders and Seattle Seahawks.
October 13, 1962
Starkville, Mississippi, United States
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
200 lbs (90.72 kg)
American football player, wide receiver, NFL player
Mississippi Valley State University
Jacqueline Bernice Mitchell (m. 1987–2009)
Jerry Rice Jr., Jaqui Bonet Rice, Jada Symone Rice
Eddie Rice, Joe Nathan Rice
Eddie Dean Harris, DJ Thump, Tom Rice
Super Bowl champion (XXIII (XXIII), XXIV, XXIX), Super Bowl MVP (XXIII), Pro Bowl (1986–1996 (1986–1996), 1998, 2002)
NFL Most Valuable Player (1987), NFL Offensive Player of the Year (1987 (1987), 1993), NFC Player of the Year (1988), Bert Bell Award (1987), NFC Offensive Player of the Year (1986 (1986), 1987), NFC Rookie of the Year (1985)
Without a Paddle: Nature's Calling (2009)
Dancing with the Stars (2005-2006), Sports Sunday (NBC (NBC), sports show), Rules of Engagement, The Class, Don’t Forget the Lyrics!, Jerry Rice & Nitus' Dog Football (video game (video game), 2011)
Release of his book, "Go Long: My Journey Beyond the Game and the Fame".
(5 September) Unwilling to be a bit player with his new team, the Denver Broncos, he announced his retirement.
He left The Seattle Seahawks and is know a free agent. [February 2005]
Wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders. [September 2001]
(October 19) Traded to the Seattle Seahawks for a seventh-round draft choice in 2005.
Has a younger brother who is a Las Vegas radio personality on Power 88 KLUC, named DJ Thump.
Has three children: Jacqi, Jerry Jr. and Jada.
Inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame [August 12, 2006].
Attended M.S. Moor High School in Crawford, MS.
Reportedly was put on the football team at his high school by a school administration official. The official, who was a pretty fast runner himself, caught Jerry trying to skip out one day and ran after him, but Jerry was so fast he got away from him and left him in a cloud of dust. After disciplining him the next day, the official took him to the football coach thinking "anyone who can run that fast should be playing sports".
Currently the only non-kicker in NFL history to score over 1000 points in his career.
Shares a birthday with Ashanti.
Help a lot of charities including: March of Dimes Packard Children's Hospital March of Dimes Packard Children's Hospital Nike P.L.A.Y. Program Team-Up for Healthy Kids B. L. Moor High School The Jerry Rice "127" Foundation United Negro College Fund" Mississippi Valley State Aids Research Community Honors
Was released by the 49ers after the 2000-2001 season and was signed by the Oakland Raiders.
Record-setting wide receiver for the San Francisco 49ers from 1985-2001. Is considered the greatest wide receiver to ever play.
Holds three Super Bowl rings.
Attended Mississippi Valley State University 1981-85