Josh Brown net worth

Josh Brown Net Worth: NFL New York Giants Player, Suspended

This morning it was reported that New York Giants kicker Josh Brown was suspended for another six games due to alleged domestic violence.

After wide-ranging investigation by the NFL, the physician decided to suspend Brown for total of seven games, including one game that he was previously suspended for.

What is Josh Brown net worth 2017?

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Josh Brown violence accusations

Josh Brown is currently not signed with any team in the NFL, as he was fired by the Giants around the time of the original domestic violence accusations.

According to reports, Brown is accused of hitting and choking his ex-wife Molly Brown. However, Josh Brown disputes these allegations, saying “I never hit her. I never slapped her. I never choked her. I never did those types of things.”

Brown was never charged for domestic violence, although he was arrested in 2015.

Josh Brown New York Giants NFL earnings

Josh Brown started his career with the Seattle Seahawk in 2003. He was the 222nd pick in the 2003 draft. He signed with the Seahawks and played for a total of four years with the team. He then went on to play with the St. Louis Rams, the New York Jets, and the Cincinnati Bengals.

Eventually, Brown signed with the New York Giants, where in 2014 he received a two-year $2.6 million contract.

Brown did relatively well with the Giants, especially during the 2015 season, when he made 94% of his kicks, according to ESPN. As a result, he was able to re-sign in 2016 to a two-year $4 million deal.

Josh Brown net worth 2017

Josh Brown had some very lucrative deals during his career. In addition to his two contracts with the New York Giants, which were slated to total almost $7 million, Brown had a contract previously with the St. Louis Rams that was valued at over $14 million.

In total, we estimate NFL New York Giants player Josh Brown net worth at $20 million.

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