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A Former professional football player Nnamdi Asomugha has an estimated net worth of $55 million. Moreover, he reportedly received an annual salary of $4 million for his work.
His signing amount Dallas Cowboys as running back after penning a two-year contract was $5.5 million. In addition, he received $1 million as a signing bonus. Morris reportedly earned a fully guaranteed base salary of $1.2 million.
He drives a 26-year-old Mazda 626 sedan from 1991. Despite earning nearly $20 million last year, Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins chooses to live in his parent's basement with his wife during the summer and drove a dented GMC Savana Passenger that he bought from his grandma for $5,000.
Maybe he wanted to re-live his old memories, and his action of living in his parent's basement again looked more like a spiritual thing. Well, as long as you are happy with it, we as fans will also be happy for you.
One of the highest-paid athletes in NFL, Indianapolis Colts' quarterback Andrew Luck still uses a flip phone and chooses to live on modest $60,000 a year, as disclosed by his manager.
In 2003, Asomugha was the second Cal player to be drafted in the first round of NFL draft by Oakland Raiders and moved to cornerback but played sparingly the first two season of his career.
He recorded his first two career interceptions against the Cleveland Browns when he got the third interception four weeks later against the Pittsburgh Steelers and returned it 24 yards for the first touch down career.
In 2007, Asomugha was selected as the Raiders Team Captain for the season. Opposing quarterbacks tested his only 31 times with a mere 10 completions in the entire seasons.
In 2008 Asomugha made his professional acting debut on Network sitcom The game as well in 2009, he played the role of Ken Shaw in the season premiere of Friday Night Last Season.
He made his on-screen feature film debut in Fire with Fire starring Bruce Willis, Rosario Dawson, and Josh Duhamel. Nnamdi Asomugha also co-wrote, produced and starred in a dramatic short film entitled Double Negative alongside Australian actor Adam J. Yeend which chronicled 48 hours in the life of struggling Muslim American writer.
In 2017, Asomugha produced and starred in the Amazon Studios film Crown Heights in which the Crown Heights premiered in competition in the US Dramatic Category at the Sundance Film Festival.