What is Riley Reiff’s Net Worth?
Reiff is an American Football player who played in the National Football League for the Detroit Lions, Chicago Bears, Minnesota Vikings and Cincinnati Bengals. He has earned a salary of $1,700,000 per season. He also earns a signing bonus of $5.5 million. The total value of his net worth is estimated to be between $3 million and $5 million.
He was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft, at 23rd overall. He was one of two offensive tackles chosen in the draft. He had a good season for the Lions, starting all 16 games at left tackle. He helped the team gain 392.1 yards of net offense per game and contributed 15 rushing touchdowns. Reiff was named second-team All-Big Ten by the media and coaches. He was also a preseason All-American.
He was a standout in the track and field events as well. He was selected by the South Dakota Gatorade Player of the Year in 2007-08. His height is 198 cm and weight is 142 kg. He was also a three-time wrestling champion. He was also awarded the Mel Farr Rookie of the Year Award. He was also rated as the Lions’ top run blocker by Pro Football Focus. He was also a part of the team’s offense, serving as a blocking tight end and H-back.
As a junior, Reiff started all 13 games at left tackle. He also had three starts at right tackle. He finished the season with a 67.1 grade from Pro Football Focus. He recorded 261 tackles and caught 27 passes for 321 yards. He also provided protection for 20 first downs in the Lions’ offense.
Reiff was considered a potential first-round draft pick by many experts before the NFL Combine. However, he was disappointed with his measurements at the combine. He measured at 33 /4 in (84.5 cm) for his arm length, which is not tall enough for an NFL left tackle. After missing the first three games of the season, Reiff recovered to start all 15 games that he appeared in. He also sacked the quarterback in one game. He allowed four sacks for the season.
He was also a member of the Iowa Hawkeyes during his college years. He was named an All-Big Ten lineman by the media and coaches and a third-team Freshman All-America by College Football News. His college team won the Big Ten Championship. He was also a member of the Iowa Elite 45 team.
After his professional career, Reiff became a free agent and signed a one-year contract with the Cincinnati Bengals. He was injured for the first three games of the season. He returned for the rest of the season and finished the season at left tackle. He was then placed on the injured reserve list.
Reiff is a great athlete who has the skills to play in the National Football League. He is also a member of a famous group of players.