Remy Hamilton is a professional football player who plays Placekicker as number 19. Hamilton’s height is 6 ft 0 in. Hamilton was born on August 30, 1974, in Wildwood, New Jersey, United States. This page looks closely at Remy Hamilton’s net worth.
In high school, Remy Hamilton played football for Spanish River Community High School. Hamilton played college football on the Michigan Wolverines football team.
In the past, Hamilton played for the Grand Rapids Rampage, Carolina Cobras, Milwaukee Mustangs, Los Angeles Avengers, Seattle Seahawks, Chicago Bears, St. Louis Rams, Detroit Lions, Dallas Desperados, Dallas Vigilantes, and Philadelphia Soul. Some of the highlights of Remy Hamilton’s career include: 1994 College Football All-America Team, Big Ten Conference single-season field goal s made record, Arena Football League career scoring record, Arena Football League career field goals made record, Arena Football League career extra points made record, Arena Football League single-season field goal percentage record, Arena Football League consecutive field goals record, Arena Football League single-season kick scoring record, Arena Football League kicker of the year, Arena Football League kick scoring leader, First Team All-Arena, Second Team All-Arena, Michigan Wolverines football consecutive field goals made record, Michigan Wolverines single season kick points record, and Michigan Wolverines career field goals record.
Some of Hamilton’s most prominent statistics include 0 Field Goals made, 0 Field Goals attempted, 0 Extra Points made, and 1 Extra Points attempted.
Football player salaries range heavily. At the bottom, NFL rookies make $400,000-$600,000 annually. At the top end, stars can make $50 million or more. The National Football League salary cap is approximately $175 million.
So what is NFL football player Remy Hamilton’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Remy Hamilton’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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