Ryan Mallett Net Worth

April 18, 2024
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Ryan Mallett was born on the 5th June 1988, in Batesville, Arkansas USA, and is a professional American Football player, who plays as quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens in the NFL. Mallett has also played for the New England Patriots (2011-2013) , Houston Texans (2014-2015), and also represented the University of Arkansas’ Razorbacks from 2009 to 2010. His NFL career started in 2011.

Have you ever wondered how rich Ryan Mallett is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Mallett’s net worth is as high as $2 million, an amount earned through his successful football career.

Ryan Mallett Net Worth $2 Million

Ryan Mallett is a son of Jim and Debbie Mallett, and grew up in Texas where he went to the Texas High School in Texarkana. Mallett played football there, and in his rookie year, he recorded 152 completions on 316 passes for 2,307 yards, 18 touchdowns, and ten interceptions. In his junior year, Mallett had 133 completed passes out of 221 attempts for 2,219 yards, 21 touchdowns, and six interceptions. He was fantastic in his senior year, with 204 completions from 321 attempts for 3,353 yards, 33 touchdowns, and only three intercepted passes. Mallett was selected as the Gatorade Player of the Year in Texas in 2006, played a role in the US Army All-American Bowl in 2007, and also won the Glenn Davis Army Award as the MVP of the Western team. At the time, Mallett was ranked as the #2 high school quarterback in the country.

Ryan went to the University of Michigan and play for the Wolverines but stayed there for only one season after being a backup option for Chad Henne; however, his 97-yard touchdown pass to Mario Manningham against Wisconsin was the longest pass completion in Michigan’s history. Mallett decided to return to his home state, and enrolled at the University of Arkansas where he represented the Razorbacks. He was forced to miss the 2008 season due to the NCAA transfer policy, but played for the Razorbacks in the next two seasons. In 2009, Mallett played above expectations and finished the year with 55.8% completion rate for 3,624 yards, 30 touchdowns, and seven interceptions. A year later, Mallett recorded 64.7% completed passes for 3,869 yards, 32 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions. He finished 7th in voting for the 2010 Heisman Trophy award.

Ryan was projected to be drafted as a first round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, but fell to the third round as New England Patriots selected Mallett as the 74th pick overall after the Patriots used their pick which they got in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings. He didn’t play a single game in his rookie season, serving as the third-string QB behind Tom Brady and Brian Hoyer. In 2012, Mallett became the backup QB after the Patriots released Hoyer, and had his NFL debut in a blowout 45-7 win over the St. Louis Rams in October 2012. Ryan threw his first interception in the NFL against the Houston Texans in December 2012, and remained the Patriots backup QB for the next season, and was then traded to the Texans in August 2014.

In Houston, Mallett was named as the No.2 QB behind Ryan Fitzpatrick, but later was promoted into a starting role, and threw his first touchdown after connecting with the defensive end J.J. Watt in week 11 of the season against the Cleveland Browns. Mallet injured his pectoral muscle against the Cincinnati Bengals and was sidelined for the remainder of the season. In 2014, he competed with former teammate Brian Hoyer for the starting QB spot, and neither of them didn’t impress during their respective time with the Texans; Mallett was released in October 2015, but the Baltimore Ravens signed him to replace the injured Matt Schaub, another former Texans quarterback. As Joe Flacco was also injured, Mallett started the few games for the Ravens until Flacco returned. He recorded 178 completions for 1,753 yards, seven touchdowns, and nine interceptions in his NFL career thus far.

Regarding his personal life, Ryan Mallett’s most intimate information such as marital status and the number of kids are unknown as he successfully keeps it out of the public’s eye.

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