Jared Goff is a football quarterback, who currently plays for the Los Angeles Rams in the NFL. After playing college football at the University of California as a first-team All-Pac-12, he was picked by the Rams in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Goff had an unsuccessful rookie season but rebounded and helped the Rams win their first season in 14 years and appear in their first playoff in 13 years. In 2018, Goff improved fortunes for the team, leading them to the Super Bowl LII, their first Super Bowl since 2001. He also earned the Pro Bowl honours in both seasons.
NFL Network Insiders, Ian Rapoport and Michael Silver reported that Goff suffered a broken and dislocated right thumb during the Rams‘ loss to the Seattle Seahawks on 27th December 2020. His status in the team for the season finale against the Arizona Cardinals remains unclear.
Jared Goff’s Net Worth Stands at $30 Million
According to CelebrityNetWorth, Goff has a net worth of $30 Million. Born in Novato, he played at the Marin Catholic High School and played college football for the University of California. In 2016, Goff signed a four-year, $27.9 Million deal with the Rams becoming the highest-earning player from the 2016-NFL Draft class. Within 2016 and 2017, he earned $19 Million with an annual salary of $7 Million.
In 2019, Goff signed a new four-year deal with the Rams for $134 Million, which includes an NFL-record $110 Million guaranteed money and signing bonus of $25 and roster bonus of $21 Million. Between 2019 and 2020, he made $50 Million. Goff earns nearly $2 Million annually for endorsing brands like Red Bull, BMW, Bose, Banana Republic, Nike and Pizza Hut.
Goff launched his clothing line in 2019, JG16 that sells hoodies, hats and t-shirts. In 2020, he donated $250,000 to the Los Angeles Food Bank to support people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In 2018, Goff bought a home in a gated community in Hidden Hills in California for $4 Million and sold his first home for $1.8 Million. Goff bought a newly-built home in Hermosa Beach in California in 2020 for $6 Million.
Jared Goff Breaks and Dislocates His Right Thumb
The Rams may have to play without Goff for their next game, with a playoff spot on the line after he broke and dislocated his right thumb in the previous game against the Seahawks, reported NFL Network Insiders, Ian Rapoport and Michael Silver. Michael Silver shared, “Jared Goff’s right thumb is broken, @RapSheet and I have learned”.
Goff smacked his right thumb off of Seahawks Benson Mayowa’s helmet in the second half of the game but was seen later in the game popping it back into place. He is said to undergo testing after the team arrives in Los Angeles.
The Rams would need to beat the Cardinals in the next game to secure a place in the post-season. If Goff does not play, the Rams is likely to use John Wolford, making his NFL debut. Goff shared the status of his injury through the Rams‘ Stu Jackson, “[My thumb is] OK right now. It’s not terrible. We’ll see tomorrow. We’ll evaluate tomorrow”.