Mac Jones 2022: Net Worth, Salary, & Endorsements
Michael McCorkle Jones, popularly known as Mac Jones is an American football quarterback who plies his trade for the New England Patriots in the National Football League [NFL]. Born on September 5, 1998, the quarterback won the College Football Playoff National Championship while playing for his college in Alabama.
During his stint there, the Patriots quarterback established NCAA season records for passing rate and completing percentage. Thanks to his killer exploits, the New England Patriots picked Jones in the first round of the 2021 NFL draft to fill in the shoes of NFL elite Tom Brady. Soon after joining, the rookie has already cemented his place as a starter in the team over veteran Cam Newton.
Mac Jones Net Worth
Jones has a net worth of $10 million as of 2021. His income and endorsements account for the majority of his net worth. As far as his salary is concerned Jones inked a four-year, $15,586,352 contract with the New England Patriots this year, according to Spotrac.
This deal included a $8,695,528 signing bonus, $15,586,352 guaranteed, and a $3,896,588 average yearly salary. Jones will make $660,000 in basic salary and $8,695,528 in signing bonus in 2021, with a cap hit of $2,833,882 and a dead cap value of $15,586,352. In 2026, Jones will be an unrestricted free agent.
As far as brand deals are concerned, the young QB announced his partnership with the athletic footwear and apparel company Nobull in one of his IG videos in August 2021. As per Bloomberg's Kim Bhasin, it's a multi-year sponsorship.
Mac Jones Stats
According to Pro Football Reference, Mac Jones in his rookie year in the NFL completed 352 passes in 521 attempts, covering 3801 yards for 22 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in the 2021 regular season. He led the Patriots to their first post-season spell after Tom Brady's departure.
Jones helped the Patriots clinch their playoff spot and entered into the Wild Card Round for a matchup with the Buffalo Bills. They lost to the Bills by 47-17, thus ending the rookie season of Mac Jones.
During the offseason, Jones recorded 24 pass completions in 38 attempts, throwing for 232 yards, scoring 2 touchdowns and 2 interceptions against the Bills in the Wild Card Round loss.
Mac Jones Records & Achievements
According to NFL.com, Jones had the greatest completion percentage for an NFL rookie in his debut, 74.4, after converting 29 of his 39 throws. In his first two starts, he had a combined completion rate of 73.3 which made him the only rookie quarterback to complete more than 70 percent of his 60 throws.
Jones also had a stellar Sunday Night Football debut in Week 4 against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were reigning Super Bowl LV champions. Jones threw for 275 yards on 31 of 40 passing with two touchdowns and an interception. He also recorded 19 straight completions, the most by an NFL rookie since 1991 and tying Brady's 2015 franchise record.
Apart from that, the talented rookie is also the recipient of the Davey O?Brien Award (2020), Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award (2020), Manning Award (2020), Heisman Trophy runner-up (2020), and the Consensus All-American?(2020).
For his stellar performance in his debut season, Mac Jones was honored after being named in the PFWA All-Rookie team of 2021. He was also named a Pro Bowler in his rookie season.
Mac Jones Personal Life
Jones is the son of Gordon and Holly Jones and was born in Jacksonville, Florida. Gordon Jones, Jones' father, was a tennis player at Florida State University and Flagler College. Jones has a sister named Sarah Jane and a brother named Will Jones.
According to mediareferre.com, Jones' brother was a soccer player at Mercer University, while his sister was a tennis player at the College of Charleston. Meanwhile, Jones is rumored to be in a steady relationship with Sophie Scott since 2019, according to insiders. Sophie is believed to be a University of Alabama graduate.
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|Born||September 5, 1998?(age?23)|
|Weight||214 lbs (97 kg)|
|Height||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|NFL Draft||2021?/ Round:?1?/ Pick:?15|
|NFL Career||New England Patriots (2021?present)|
|Major Achievement||Pro Bowl (2021)|
PFWA All-Rookie Team (2021)