Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, OBJ and More; NFL Stars Who Accepted Salaries in Bitcoin

This year has been great for NFL fans who invested in Crypto currency. And since we often talk about the NFL and Crypto Currency, let's check out the players who have started accepting their salary or investing in it. 

Aaron Rodgers

Rodegers announced it on Twitter that he will be partnering with the Cash App payment service. This partnership will help him get a portion of his salary in Bitcoin. Through this deal, Aaron Rodgers has started earning around $22.3 million. 

Tom Brady

This year Tom Brady started heavily investing in cryptocurrency. It's still unclear if his payments are being paid in BTC, but it's sure that Brady will be paid in crypto by FTX exchange after he took an equity stake. 

Odell Beckham Jr.

Following Rodgers' footsteps, Odell Beckham Jr. also announced in November that he too has partnered with Cash App. OBJs contract stipulates that he will receive about $4.25 million from the NFL this season.

Trevor Lawrence

About Lawrence, his deal is not with the NFL directly, but instead his crypto salary will come from an endorsement deal that has taken place between him and the crypto portfolio app FTX.

Saquon Barkley

The RB of Giants, Saquon Barkley, also revealed in July that he will be converting all of his endorsement pay into BTC. 

Sean Culkin

The Tight End of Kansas City Chiefs’, Sean Culkin started converting his entire salary from the NFL into BTC from this year as well. 

Aaron Jones

Jones signed a deal with FTX and became the ambassador for the exchange in September. And just like Tom Brady’s deal, Jones also purchased an equity stake in the exchange.

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