Muhsin Muhammad net worth is
Muhsin Muhammad Wiki/Biography
Muhsin Muhammad was born as Melvin Darnell Campbell Jr on 5 May 1973, in Lansing, Michigan USA, and is known as a former professional American Football player in National League Football (NFL) from 1996 until 2007.
So just how rich is Muhsin Muhammad, as of late 2017? Authoritative sources report that Muhsin’s net worth is as high as $8 million, accumulated largely from his over a decade long career in American Football.
Muhsin Muhammad Net Worth $8 million
Muhammad had his name changed after his father converted to Islam, when the boy was just four – he remains a Christian. Muhammed started-off playing soccer in elementary school, but went on to join the American Football team due to peer pressure. He attended Waverly High School, and in addition to playing football as a linebacker and running back, he was engaged in basketball and track too. Having matriculated, Muhsin enrolled into Michigan State University, where he played for the coach Nick Saban. In 1995, he secured a total of 50 catches and three touchdowns while playing with future NFL players Tony Banks and Derrick Mason.
His professional career began in 1996 when he was recruited by the Carolina Panthers for NFL in the second round of the Draft, the 43rd pick overall. Muhsin played in nine games during his first season, then in 1997 13 games, including the five he started. In 1998 he led the Panthers with 68 receptions and six touchdowns, and was successful in the following season as well, with 96 receptions and eight touchdowns, played in 15 games and started all of them. As a result of his notable performance on the field, he was selected for his first Pro Bowl. Muhsin suffered an injury in 2001 and was unable to play for the most of the season, so during the 2001-02 season, he was a commentator for NFL Europe.
Having fully recovered, he led the Carolina Panthers into Super Bowl XXXVIII during 2003 NFL season, watched by 114.4 million people, as the authoritative sources estimate. Although his team lost to the New England Patriots, Muhammad scored the longest touchdown reception of 85 yards in the history of the Super Bowl. His skills were up to scratch in 2004 and he ended up receiving his second Super Bowl invitation. By the end of the 2004 season, broke the records in catches, receiving yards and touchdown receptions, among other accomplishments.
However, Muhammad was released from the team in 2005, and was offered a contract with the Chicago Bears shortly after. He ended up playing three seasons for the Bears, in 2005 starting 15 games and had 65 receptions resulting in the approximate value of six. His statistics improved in 2006, nonetheless, he left the team only to return to the Carolina Panthers, playing for them in 2008 recording 65 receptions and five touchdowns, then after a moderately successful 2009 season – 53 receptions for one touchdown – he retired, having played 212 games in his career, for almost 12,000 receiving yards and 65 touchdowns.
In his personal life, Muhsin is married to Christa Muhammad. The couple has six children together. He is widely recognized for his charity work for the organization Back to Nature. He also established ‘’The M2 Foundation for Kids’’.
|Full Name||Muhsin Muhammad|
|Net Worth||$8 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 5, 1973|
|Place Of Birth||Lansing, Michigan, United States|
|Weight||98 kg, 98 kg|
|Profession||Football wide receiver|
|Education||Waverly Senior High School, Michigan State University|
|Children||Journey, Maddon, Chase, Kennedy, Muhsin, Jordan|
|1||Ranks 17th on NFL All-Time Receptions List (860).|
|2||Led the NFL in Receptions (102) in 2000.|
|3||Led the NFL in Receiving Yards (1,405), Receiving Touchdowns (16) and Receiving Yards per Game (87.8) in 2004.|
|NFL Monday Night Football||1997-2009||TV Series||Himself - Carolina Panthers Wide Receiver / Himself - Chicago Bears Wide Receiver|
|NBC Sunday Night Football||2006-2007||TV Series||Himself - Chicago Bears Wide Receiver|
|ESPN's Sunday Night Football||1998-2004||TV Series||Himself - Carolina Panthers Wide Receiver|
|Super Bowl XXXVIII||2004||TV Special||Himself - Carolina Panthers Wide Receiver|
|NFL on FOX||1997-2003||TV Series||Himself - Carolina Panthers Wide Receiver|
|City Confidential||2003||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|1996 NFL Draft||1996||TV Movie||Himself - 43rd Overall Pick|