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Cam Newton Net Worth (Updated 2022)

Cam Newton is an American football quarterback in the National Football League (NFL). He was picked first overall in the 2011 NFL Draft by the Carolina Panthers and played an outstanding nine seasons with the team until a shoulder injury in his throwing arm led to his expulsion from the team. He then signed a one-year contract with the New England Patriots in 2020 and became the team’s starting quarterback and team captain. He was released by the Patriots in 2021 and joined the Panthers for the season. He is currently a free agent.


He is titled to three Pro Bowls and one Super Bowl appearance during Super Bowl 50, for which he was awarded the NFL MVP title. He is the recipient of nearly all major college-level awards, such as the Maxwell Award, Heisman trophy, Davey O’Brien Award and many more.


Cam Newton has a net worth of approximately $75 million and is one of the most talented quarterbacks in the League.




Cam Newton Contract


Newton is currently a free agent. His last contract was with the Carolina Panthers in 2021. Cam Newton’s one-year contract with the Carolina Panthers can be broken down as follows:


ContractSigning BonusAverage SalaryGTD at SignTotal GTD
1 yr(s) / $6,000,000$2,250,000$6,000,000$4,500,000$4,500,000


YearBase SalarySigning BonusRoster BonusCap Hit Dead CapYearly Cash
2021$2,250,000$2,250,000$1,500,000$6,000,000$4,500,000$6,000,000


What were the terms of Cam Newton’s last Contract?


Cam Newton’s contract with the Carolina Panthers guaranteed the quarterback $4.5 million. This included a $2.25 million signing bonus as well as the 2021 salary of $1.5 million.


Newton earned approximately $ 187,500 as per game active bonus, $5.5 million in incentives from playoffs, Pro Bowl, All-Pro, MVP, Super Bowl, MVP, etc.

Playoff incentives were worth $500,00 each. The contract also includes 50% snaps for each playoff win and included $1.5 million for a Super Bowl win, $1.5 million for a Super Bowl MVP The contract also included a $100,000 workout bonus.


Cam Newton’s Contract History


YearContractSigning BonusAverage SalaryGTD at SignTotal GTD
2011-2015 (Carolina Panthers)4 yr(s) / $22,025,498$14,518,544$5,506,375-$22,025,498
2015-2020 (Carolina Panthers)5 yr(s) / $103,800,000$22,500,000$20,760,000$41,000,000$60,000,000
2020 (New England Patriots)1 yr(s) / $1,750,000-$1,750,000$550,000
2021 (New England Patriots)1 yr(s) / $5,100,000$2,000,000$5,100,000$3,500,000
2021(Carolina Panthers)1 yr(s) / $6,000,000$2,250,000$6,000,000$4,500,000


What is Cam Newton’s salary?


Cam Newton’s last annual average salary was $6 million as per the terms of the one-year contract with the Carolina Panthers. The quarterback has earned more than $70 million in salaries alone from entire career earning over $128 million over 10 seasons.


What is Cam Newton’s net worth?


According to Celebrity Net Worth, Patriots’ starting quarterback Cam Newton has a net worth of $75 million. His NFL earnings, endorsement deals and business ventures contribute to his staggering wealth.


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