Marvin Harrison Net Worth: How much does the NFL star make a year?

Marvin Harrison Net Worth: How much does the NFL star make a year?

Marvin Harrison won the Super Bowl with Peyton Manning in 2006

Marvin Harrison played for the Indianapolis Colts alongside renowned quarterback Peyton Manning and together made history with the franchise by breaking several records, proving that his partnership with the QB proved to be quite fruitful.

Marvin Harrison won the Super Bowl with Peyton Manning in 2006

Harrison played most of his professional career with the Colts and was inducted into the NFL’s Hall of Fame after his contribution on and off the field to the league. He began playing for the Colts in 2000 and retired in 2009, having his full professional career with the same institution.

Marvin was elected in the 19th round of the NFL Draft, however, his wide receiver contract was the best the Colts could’ve gotten since he began breaking records quickly.

During his 9 seasons with Indianapolis, he managed to get huge contract deals and most of his contract negotiations were on the rise. During the span of his professional career that lasted from 2000 to 2009, he began with $3.1M, then in 2001, $2.9M, to rise to $3M again, then $4.5, and in 2004 he had his big break negotiating a whopping 10.6M and, then on 2005 earned $8 million, then jumped to his best year when he won the Super Bowl earning $12M.

In total during his professional career, Marvin Harrison made $55.6M and currently has an estimated Net Worth of $26.8M

Marvin has also been famous for having inspirational quotes throughout his professional career, including the acknowledgment of what it takes to leave it all on the field.

When talking about his efforts and what it took to play professionally in the NFL he mentioned “It just means that the dedication that’s been put forth by myself and the team, that it’s been a long-lasting relationship since I came here in 1996, and that it’s always good to start somewhere and finish it at the same place because all of your energy and effort has gone into so much over the years that you want to play as long as you can at the same place. So, I’m happy about being here.”

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