It would appear that Pat McAfee is in high demand. The former Colts kicker is now famous for his FanDuel show, which Aaron Rodgers watches.
However, McAfee has since established himself as a host, largely thanks to his frequent appearances on WWE.
The former Colts punter also had a side gig as a co-host on former teammate Peyton Manning’s Omaha Production for select college football games, in addition to his regular job as an analyst on ESPN’s College GameDay.
Pat McAfee reportedly turned down a four-year, $120 million deal from FanDuel as part of his reported ESPN deal. He is currently working under the terms of a two-year contract.
His new contract is anticipated to be significantly more lucrative than his previous one.
Pat McAfee’s Espn Deal: Everything We Know So Far
Andrew Marchand of the New York Post reports that McAfee can count on an annual salary of over $800.000.
According to Marchand’s report:
“It is expected to remain on YouTube in some form, but one or two hours of it could be on ESPN, where the network would more likely be able to make the math of McAfee’s deal work.”
ESPN is trying to appeal to a younger demographic by offering a massive contract to former teammate Pat McAfee. ESPN’s coverage of the NFL, featuring experts like Mina Kimes, Dan Orlovsky, and Marcus Spears, has also been adapted to appeal to this demographic.
Given ESPN’s recent sensitivity to profanity, the question is whether Pat McAfee will continue using the f-word during live broadcasts.
“We ain’t changing a damn thing,” McAfee said in response to the speculation around his style.
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Pat McAfee Net Worth: How Much Is Popular Host Worth In 2023?
There are estimates that Pat McAfee will have $30 million in wealth by 2023. However, after the ESPN deal, that number is expected to rise.
From 2009 to 2016, McAfee punted for the Indianapolis Colts. He was selected to the NFL’s All-Pro team in 2014 and played in the Pro Bowl twice.
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Emma is a Master of Science candidate at the California Institute of Technology. Since approximately four years ago, she has been a freelance writer, producing content for newspapers, magazines, blogs, and the internet