About Doug Flutie
It has been stated that the current size of Doug Flutie net worth is as high as 10 million dollars, as of right now. Doug Flutie has made his name famous for his career as a football player, although right now he is retired from this career. However, football has played a huge role in shaping him as a sportsman and it also added up to the overall estimate of Doug Flutie net worth. Doug Flutie by many people is considered as one of the greatest American and Canadian quarterbacks in the history of sports.
Doug Flutie began his career as a football player in Boston. In 1984, his work in football was recognized when he became a winner of the Davey O’Brien National Quarterback Award and the Heisman Trophy. In the same year, he became a huge star in sports because of his ‘Hail Mary’ pass in a game against Miami. This move was recognized as one of the most magical moments in American sports history. In 1985, Doug Flutie signed a contract with the New Jersey Generals for three years which was worth 3.1 million dollars. Thus, the team also became an important source of the total size of Doug Flutie net worth.
In 1986 he started to play for the Chicago Bears. Two years later, he was signed as a quarterback with the New England Patriots. Thus, these two teams have also added up to the total amount of Doug Flutie net worth.
When he stopped playing for the New England Patriots, the football player got involved into the Canadian Football League. He also became the highest earning player in the NFL, when he signed a contract with the BC Lions, which paid him a salary of 350 thousand dollars per season. Thus, this involvement has also increased the total amount of Doug Flutie net worth.
As a player for this league, Doug Flutie has also won some awards and was recognized. He won three Grey Cups and also was titled as the CFL’s Outstanding Player, a title which he got six times. In 2006 the TSN titled Doug Flutie as the greatest Canadian Football Player of all time. He came back to the NFL, where he signed a contract with the Buffalo Bill. As a member of this team, Doug Flutie also earned some honors, such as the Pro Bowl and NFL Comeback Player of the Year award.