Tony Fiammetta is a professional football player who plays Fullback (American football) for the Free agent as number 42 in Carolina Panthers and New England Patriots, 43 in Chicago bears and 24 in Dallas Cowboys. Fiammetta’s height is 6 ft 0 in. He was born on August 22nd, 1986, in Kaneohe, Hawaii. This page looks closely at Tony Fiammetta Net Worth and earnings.
|Profession:||American Football Player|
|Last Updated:||May 29, 2019|
Fiammetta was born in the city of Kaneohe, Hawaii. He was raised by parents Vince and Esther Fiammetta in Walkersville, Maryland where he attended his first school, Walkersville High School. He had a passion for sports right from the start; therefore, he played both football and lacrosse in his junior year for four years. He also attempted to learn wrestling for one year at school. As a senior, he played in just a single game and had to withdraw as he broke his leg. In that game, he scored 144 yards with three touchdowns on a noticeable 19 carries. During his high school career, he recorded 499 yards and 12 touchdowns on 60 carries.
Fiammetta was ranked 25th among the prospect in the Mid-Atlantic by Super Prep whereas Prep Star entitled him an All-East Region player in the year 2003. He was later employed and joined Syracuse.
In high school, Tony Fiammetta played football for Walkersville High School. Fiammetta played college football on the Syracuse Orange football team. In the 2009 NFL draft, Fiammetta was chosen number 128 in round 4.
In the past, Fiammetta played for the Carolina Panthers, Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots, and Chicago Bears. Some of the highlights of Tony Fiammetta’s career include Pro Football Weekly All-American.
Some of Fiammetta’s most prominent statistics include 130 Receiving Yards, 12 Receptions, 0 Touchdowns, 26 Rush (American football), and 2.4 Rushing average that significantly contributed to Tony Fiammetta net worth.
As being an excellent blocker, Fiammetta was noted down by an NFL drafting website that he would be selected in one of the middle rounds in the NFL Draft of the year 2009. He was rated in the same scout drafting session on the top out of 87 potential players in the pick. He had the highest number of bench reps at the associated by a back with 30 and had placed an impressive total number for his position.
The predictions were right, and Fiammetta was drafted in the 2009’s NFL Draft by Carolina Panthers in the 4th round of the season. However, on September 3rd of the year 2011, just after two years, he waived the club after battling concussion issues.
Fiammetta was requested to end and waive off his contract by the Dallas Cowboys on September 4th, 2011, but it was abandoned on September 7th. Laurent Robinson later took his place. He was re-assigned as a changing lead blocker on September 13th the same year in the same club.
Fiammetta was confirmed to leave due to an unannounced illness after the ninth game. Due to his absence, the progression of the team game in rest of the season suffered immensely.
Fiammetta signed a contract with the New England Patriots on March 26th, 2012. He was placed on the reserve squad that was listed on August 5th, 2012 but confirmed the continual presence of his NFL career in 2013. A year later, on March 18th, 2013, Fiammetta was revived from the standby squad list to the active list, and on April 29th, 2013, the club Patriots choose Fiammetta to add in the team.
Eventually, after constant replacements, on the June 10th of the very next year, 2013, Fiammetta was hired by the Chicago Bears soon after the release of Evan Rodriguez and recovered his almost shattered career after performing well in all 16 games. He was signed on a two-year contract extension seeing his performance. Things went as they were not planned and on August 22nd, 2014, he suffered a hamstring injury and was finally unconfined on September 12th.
NFL player salaries range heavily. At the starting level, NFL players make between $400,000 and $600,000 per year. At the top level, stars can make $50 million plus. The National Football League salary cap is around $175 million.
Therefore, Fiammetta had been making $812,500 as an average salary per year. His role as a free agent in 2016 at UFA for 2 years earned him $1,625,000.
So, what is NFL football player Tony Fiammetta’s net worth in 2019? Tony Fiammetta’s fame and game name as of 2019 has made him earn career earnings of $730,000 as a base salary. His six season career earnings altogether make an impressive $2,695,060.
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