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Kerry Michael Collins Wiki/Biography
Kerry Michael Collins was born on the 30th December 1972, in Lebanon, Pennsylvania, USA and is an ex-player of American Football who served as quarterback in the National Football League (NFL). The most successful year Kerry experienced was while still in college, when he was named Consensus All-American as well as winning the Sammy Baugh Trophy, Davey O’Brien and Maxwell Award in 1994. Collins played football professionally from 1995 to 2011.
How much is the net worth of Kerry Collins? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the outright size of his wealth is as much as $39.5 million, as of the data given in mid-2017. NFL is the major source of Collins net worth.
Kerry Collins Net Worth $39.5 Million
To begin with, Kerry spent his academic career representing the Nittany Lions of Penn State. He won a number of trophies in 1994, including a team victory in the Rose Bowl.
Concerning his professional career, Collins was chosen the 5th overall in the NFL Draft 1995 by the Carolina Panthers. In three seasons with the Panthers he threw 7295 yards, for 39 touchdowns and 49 interceptions, with a passer rating of 65.6. In his second season, he led the Panthers to the final of the NFC. Due to alcohol problems, he was released in 1998. Collins began the following season as the second quarterback with the New York Giants behind Kent Graham. In 2000, Collins led the Giants reached Super Bowl XXXV led by Collins, but were defeated by the Baltimore Ravens. In 2001, Collins set an unwanted record with 23 fumbles in a single season, however, in 2002 Collins established the new Giants franchise record for pass yards in a single season with 4,073 yards; this record was surpassed by Eli Manning in 2011.
After five seasons, Collins was unencumbered by the Giants in 2004; after being released, Collins signed a three-year contract for $16.82 million with the Oakland Raiders. Collins was initially backup to Rich Gannon in 2004, but later became the starter in week three when Gannon was injured, however, after a 7-21 record with the Raiders in two seasons, Collins was freed in 2006.
The same year, Collins signed a one year contract with the Tennessee Titans. After three gamcs, all lost by the Titans, Collins had completed less than half of his passes and launched only one touchdown against six interceptions, but after Vince Young was injured against the Jacksonville Jaguars in the autumn of 2008, Collins finished the game instead and was appointed the holder for the rest of season 2008. Collins subsequently became the 15th player in history to pass the 35,000 yard pass in a career, playing with the Titans until 2010. Having announced his retirement in the middle of 2011, the following month Collins signed a contract with the Indianapolis Colts to act as a backup for Peyton Manning, who was recovering from a neck injury. In the spring of 2012, he was released, finally retiring at the age of 39 years, and in11th place of all time with more than 40,000 yards in the passing in 195 games.
Of course, all his years playing contributed to the rise of his net worth.
Finally, in the personal life of Collins, he has been married to Brooke Collins since 2002, and they have a son. His career was effected somewhat because he had a battle with alcoholism early in his career, for which he successfully went through rehab.
|Full Name||Kerry Collins|
|Net Worth||$39.5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 30, 1972|
|Place Of Birth||Lebanon, Pennsylvania, USA|
|Profession||Former American football quarterback, NFL Player, No 5 (Tennessee Titans / Quarterback), No 5 (Indianapolis Colts / Quarterback)|
|Education||Lebanon High School, Wilson High School, Pennsylvania State University|
|Spouse||Brooke Isenhour (m. 2002)|
|Awards||Pro Bowl (1996, 2008), Maxwell Award (1994), Davey O'Brien Award (1994), Sammy Baugh Trophy (1994), Big Ten Most Valuable Player (1994), Consensus All-American (1994)|
|Music Groups||New York Giants All-Time Passing Yards per Game Leader (237.7)|
|Nominations||NFL Draft: 1995 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5 by the Carolina Panthers, Named Starting Quarterback for Tennessee Titans (2006), New York Giants All-Time Passing Yards per Game Leader (237.7), Honors: Associated Press, United Press International, The Football News, Football Writers Association of America, Wal...|
|Movies||Super Bowl XXXV (TV Movie, 2001), 1995 NFL Draft (TV Movie, 1995)|
|TV Shows||NFL on FOX (TV Series, 1995-2003),The NFL on NBC (1995-1997), TNT Sunday Night Football (1997), 1996 NFC Championship Game (1997), The NFL on CBS (2008), NFL Monday Night Football (1997-2010)|
|1||New York Giants All-Time Passing Yards per Game Leader (237.7).|
|2||September 2006: Named Starting Quarterback for Tennessee Titans [September 2006]|
|3||(May 24) Agreed to a three-year contract with the Oakland Raiders. |
|4||August 2006: Signed contract with the Tenneesee Titans|
|5||Playing for the Oakland Raiders in 2004. In 2004 signed on as a back-up quarterback to Oakland's starting quarterback Rich Gannon. Will take over starting quarterback position in October 2004, due to an injury that sidelined starting quarterback Rich Gannon.|
|6||He and Brooke welcomed their first child, a daughter named Riley, in 2004.|
|7||Selected in the 26th round of the MLB draft a as pitcher by the Detroit Tigers in 1990 and in the 58th round by the Toronto Blue Jays in 1994.|
|8||Led the NY Giants to Superbowl XXXV where they were defeated by the Baltimore Ravens.|
|9||Played with the New Orleans Saints in 1998 after being released by the Panthers.|
|10||Drafted by the Carolina Panthers.|
|11||Attended Penn State University where he led the Nittany Lions to an undefeated season in his senior year of 1994.|
|12||Playing for the NY Giants (2001).|
|Jerry Maguire||1996||Kerry Collins|
|NFL Monday Night Football||1997-2010||TV Series||Himself - New York Giants Quarterback / Himself - Tennessee Titans Quarterback / Himself - Carolina Panthers Quarterback|
|2009 CMT Music Awards||2009||TV Special||Himself|
|The NFL on CBS||2008||TV Series||Himself - Tennessee Titans Quarterback|
|Gift of New York||2006||Documentary||Himself|
|ESPN's Sunday Night Football||1995-2005||TV Series||Himself - Oakland Raiders Quarterback / Himself - New York Giants Quarterback / Himself - Carolina Panthers Quarterback / ...|
|NFL on FOX||1997-2002||TV Series||Himself - New York Giants Quarterback / Himself - Carolina Panthers Quarterback|
|Super Bowl XXXV||2001||TV Movie||Himself - New York Giants Quarterback|
|The NFL on NBC||1995-1997||TV Series||Himself - Carolina Panthers Quarterback|
|TNT Sunday Night Football||1997||TV Series||Himself - Carolina Panthers Quarterback|
|1996 NFC Championship Game||1997||TV Special||Himself - Carolina Panthers Quarterback|
|1995 NFL Draft||1995||TV Movie||Himself - 5th Overall Pick|