Jon Kitna net worth: Jon Kitna is a semi-retired American football player who has a net worth of $12 million. Jon Kitna was born on September 21, 1972 in Tacoma, Washington. During his NFL career, Kitna played for the Seattle Seahawks, Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions and Cincinnati Bengals. He also spent one season playing for a team in Barcelona. Kitna initially retired from football in January 2012. In January 2014, the Cowboys announced that they were re-hiring Kitna to serve as a backup quarterback to Kyle Orton after starting QB Tony Romo suffered a season ending back injury. Kitna earned $55,000 for his one day job and remarkably he donated all the money to a charity called Lincoln High School Booster Club. After retiring from full time football, John Kitna took up a job as a high school math teacher at his alma mater. He attended college at Central Washington University without any scholarship or financial aid. He soon was the football team's starting quarterback. He initially qualified to play on the Seattle Seahawks' practice squad before landing a spot on a team in NFL Europe. During his professional NFL career, Jon earned slightly over $30 million in salary before taxes and expenses. He is married and has four children with his wife Jeni.
Jon Kitna Net Worth
Have something to add to this net worth? Share it by adding comments below.
American football player
Date of Birth
Sep 21, 1972 (43 years old)
United States of America
6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
220 lbs (99.79 kg)
Jon K. Kitna
MASSIVE Payday May Bring Floyd Mayweather Out Of Retirementon May 2, 2016
UFC Owners Frank and Lorenzo Fertitta Are About To Make Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollarson Apr 29, 2016
Penny Hardaway Is Absolutely Crushing His "Retirement" Yearson Apr 29, 2016
Saudi Arabia's $2 Trillion Push to End Oil Dependencyon May 2, 2016
The Top 10 College Majors Of Billionaireson May 2, 2016
Prince's Family Heads To Court Over $300 Million Net Worthon May 2, 2016
The Billionaire Developer Who Changed The Way Southern Californians Shopon May 2, 2016
Chobani Founder Does It Again: Employee Stock Deal Could Make Some Of Them Millions!on May 1, 2016
An Inappropriate Tweet Cost Laremy Tunsil $8-13 Million At The NFL Drafton Apr 29, 2016
These Are The World's 10 Wealthiest Real Estate Tycoonson May 1, 2016
Jon Kitna Earnings
Click to Expand
- Dallas Cowboys (2009-10)$4,000,000
- Detroit Lions (2008-09)$5,000,000
- Detroit Lions (2007-08)$1,500,000
- Detroit Lions (2006-07)$5,000,000
- Cincinnati Bengals (2005-06)$1,001,320
- Cincinnati Bengals (2004-05)$3,377,500
- Cincinnati Bengals (2003-04)$2,626,600
- Cincinnati Bengals (2002-03)$1,501,260
- Cincinnati Bengals (2001-02)$5,501,440
- Seattle Seahawks (2000-01)$1,373,600
All net worths are calculated by applying a proprietary algorithm. The results are then fact checked and confirmed by a team of editors. We scan all publicly available data and resources and work diligently to ensure that our numbers are the most accurate and up to date net worth data you will find anywhere on the internet.
- An Insanely Rich Doctor You've Never Heard Of Made $150 Million Last YearSoon-Shiong is the billionaire chief executive of the biotech company NantKwest Inc., for which he reportedly received a pay package potentially valued at nearly $150 million.
- Now That Kobe Bryant Has Retired, How Is He Going To Spend His Money?It's rare to see a player spend 20 seasons with the same team. But Kobe Bryant did it, and he made a lot of money along the way.
- The Strange Solitary World Of $140 Million Celtic Singer EnyaWould you be surprised to learn that Enya has more money than Adele and has sold more records than One Direction? Would it shock you to find out she lives in a castle full of cats and her neighbor is Bono? This is the weird world in which the Irish singer Enya lives.
- Led Zeppelin Headed To Trial Over Stairway To Heaven Plagiarism AccusationsLegendary rock band Led Zeppelin lost its latest bid to prevent a trial over allegations it plagiarized its iconic Stairway to Heaven song. A judge recently ruled that there was enough evidence to bring the lawsuit to trial.