Chase Young 2022: Salary, Net Worth & Endorsements
Chase Young is an NFL defensive end who made his NFL debut in the 2020 NFL season with the Washington Commanders. After being named the Big 10 Male Athlete of the Year in 2020 along with several other accolades, Young was drafted by the Commanders as a second overall pick in 2020 NFL Draft.
Chase Young made history in Week 14 by recording a sack, 2 passes defended, a forced fumble, and a fumble recovery which he returned 47 yards for a touchdown. He became the first rookie in NFL history and only since 1999 to achieve all that in a single game.
Chase Young Stats
According to Pro Football Reference, Chase Young has played in 24 regular season games in 2 seasons with the Washington Commanders. During those games Young has recorded 6 forced fumbles, 9 sacks, 3 fumbles recovered, 4 passes defended, scoring 1 touchdown along with 47 solo, 23 assists, and 70 combined tackles with 16 QB hits.
For his exceptional defensive display, Young was named the AP Defensive Rookie of the Year. However, he missed 8 games in his second year in the league due to an injury-riddled 2021 season.
Chase Young saw the limelight of the playoffs in his rookie year. However, the then Washington Football Team lost to the Tom Brady led Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Wild Card Round.
Chase Young 2022 Net Worth
The Washington Commanders defensive end has signed a 4-year deal with his franchise. Based on his contract, as per Spotrac, he will earn a guaranteed total of $34.5 million at the end of the 2023 NFL season. Furthermore, Young will receive a massive $22.6 million as a signing bonus.
For the 2020 NFL season, Chase Young will earn a massive $610,000 million base salary as the Washington Commanders' defensive end.
Chase Young Records
Per NFL.com, Chase Young has come out with 42 tackles and 7.5 sacks as of week 17, 2020. Moreover, he's accrued 4 forced fumbles, 3 fumbles recoveries, 4 pass deflections, and 1 touchdown.
Furthermore, in terms of awards, he's racked up multiple notable accolades before his time with the Washington Football team. Young won the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, Chuck Bednarik Award, Ted Hendricks Award, and the Chicago Tribune Silver Football. Not to mention, he came out with the 2020 Pro Bowl as well as Big Ten Male Athlete of the Year.
Chase Young Foundation and Charity
Chase Young does not have a designated charitable organization as of yet. However, he is involved in giving back to society. The then draft prospect made a lunch donation to nurses at MedStar Southern Maryland. He thanked the Postmates for delivering the lunch and let the world know that this was the hospital he was born in.
With Old Spice, the defensive end and rookies from all the NFL teams donated $320,000 to the United Way to help underprivileged people.
Chase Young Endorsements
Based on a report in athletespeakers.com, the Washington Football Team defensive end has signed deals with Under Armour, Old Spice, FedEx, and Beats By Dre. Furthermore, as per TMZ, the 21-year-old has filed to trademark the phrase "Terrorize the Moment".
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|Born||April 14, 1999 (age 23)|
|Weight||264 lb (120 kg)|
|Height||6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)|
|NFL Draft||2020 / Round: 1 / Pick: 2|
|Endorsements||Under Armour, Beats by Dre, Old Spice, FedEx|
|Agent||Klutch Sports Group|
|Residence||Maryland, United States|
|NFL Career||Washington Football Team / Commanders (2020–present)|
|Major Achievements||Pro Bowl (2020)|
Big Ten Male Athlete of the Year (2020)
Unanimous All-American (2019)
Big Ten 2010s All-Decade Team
Smith-Brown Defensive Player of the Year (2019)
Ted Hendricks Award (2019)