Doug Flutie net worth: Former professional footballer star Doug Flutie is sitting back on a net worth of $10 million. Flutie generated his net worth as one of the greatest American and Canadian quarterbacks of all time. Flutie started his football career in Boston, where he received the Heisman Trophy and the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award in 1984. Furthermore, his infamous 'Hail Mary' pass during the 1984 game against Miami is considered one of the most magical moments in American sports history. The following year, Flutie made his football debut with The New Jersey Generals signing a three year deal worth $3.1 million. In 1986, he went on to sign a deal with the Chicago Bears and later played for the New England Patriots as a quarterback in 1988. After he left the Patriots, Flutie went to play for the Canadian Football League. He signed a very lucrative deal with BC Lions worth $350,000 per season- making him the highest player in CFL. As a CFL player, Flutie has won three Grey Cups and was CFL's Outstanding Player six times during the nineties. In 2006, he was named the greatest Canadian Football Player of all time by TSN. He returned to NFL, playing for Buffalo Bill, where he received the Pro Bowl and NFL Comeback Player of the Year award. He then joined San Diego Chargers before finishing his career with New England Patriots in 2005. Flutie is now a college football analyst for NBC sports.
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American football player
Date of Birth
Oct 23, 1962 (53 years old)
United States of America
5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)
181 lbs (82 kg)
Douglas Richard Flutie, Douglas Richard "Doug" Flutie
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Doug Flutie Earnings
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- New England Patriots (2005-06)$792,970
- San Diego Chargers (2004-05)$1,226,900
- San Diego Chargers (2003-04)$1,501,400
- San Diego Chargers (2002-03)$4,301,966
- San Diego Chargers (2001-02)$4,001,680
- Buffalo Bills (2000-01)$2,793,900
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