A former linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens, Ray Lewis played his entire 17-year career with the same franchise, after being drafted by them in 1996. Winning two Super Bowls, he was the second linebacker to have won a Super Bowl MVP. Lewis is a 13-time Pro Bowler and regarded as one of the greatest to have ever played in this position having also made it to the All-Pro First Team seven times.
Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in the first year of his eligibility in 2018, Ray Lewis is also a two time NFL Defensive Player of the Year and has an estimated net worth of $45 million.
Ray Lewis Salary
The 43-year-old earned a total of $95,725,000 million roughly in cumulative salaries throughout his 17 seasons in the NFL. His highest yearly salary was $10,525,000 million in 2002 thanks to a signing bonus of $10 million that year. In the final year of his active career in 2012, Lewis earned almost $5 million in salaries.
Ray Lewis Endorsements
Another NFL athlete who would mostly strike deals with local brands early on in his career, Lewis currently has a long continuing deal with sports manufacturer Under Armour, one that he first signed in 2007. He has, however, been sponsored by Reebok as well in the past. Another marquee deal that Lewis had signed in the early 2000s was with EA Sports.
Ray Lewis Charity Work
Lewis is the founder of the Ray Lewis 52 Foundation which supports at-risk youth both financially and personally. He has conducted several thanksgiving drives in Baltimore also.
|Source of wealth||Professional NFL player (retired)|
|Cumulative salary earnings||$95,725,000 over 17 seasons|
|Brands endorsed||Under Armour, Reebok, EA Sports|
|Charities supported||Ray Lewis 52 Foundation|
Updated on 11 March 2019