Ken Carpenter Net Worth 2018: What is this NFL football player worth?

Ken Carpenter was a professional football player who played Halfback (American football); End (American football) as number 46, 84, 20, 89. Carpenter’s height was 6 ft 0 in. Carpenter died on January 28, 2011, in Seaside, Oregon. Carpenter was born on February 26, 1926, in Seaside, Oregon. This page looks closely at Ken Carpenter’s net worth.

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Ken Carpenter Career and Earnings/Salary

In high school, Ken Carpenter played football for Seaside High School (Oregon). Carpenter played college football on the Oregon State Beavers football team. In the 1950 NFL draft, Carpenter was chosen number 13 in round 1.

In the past, Carpenter played for the Cleveland Browns, Saskatchewan Roughriders, and Denver Broncos. Some of the highlights of Ken Carpenter’s career included: NFL Championship, Pro Bowl, Jeff Nicklin Memorial Trophy, Dave Dryburgh Memorial Trophy, 3× Canadian Football League West Division All-Star, Oregon Sports Hall of Fame, and Oregon State Athletics Hall of Fame.

Carpenter has coached for the Saskatchewan Roughriders, HC, Indianapolis Warriors, HC, Toronto Argonauts, Asst., Charleston Rockets, HC, Fort Wayne Warriors, HC, Charleston Rockets, HC, Hartford Charter Oaks, HC, Washington Redskins, Asst., Indianapolis Capitols, HC, and Jersey Tigers, HC.

Some of Carpenter’s most prominent statistics include 17 Touchdowns, 823 Receiving yards, and 1,199 Rushing yards.

Ken Carpenter Net Worth 2018

NFL salaries range heavily. At the starting level, NFL players earn between $400,000 and $600,000 annually. At the top end, NFL players can make $50 million or more. The National Football League salary cap is nearly $175 million.

Ken Carpenter net worth
Ken Carpenter net worth: football salary distribution

So what was NFL football player Ken Carpenter’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Ken Carpenter’s net worth at death is:

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