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Chris Petersen Is Stepping Down As Washington's Head Coach – Giving Up Millions Of Dollars In The Process
After six seasons as the Washington Huskies head coach, Chris Petersen is stepping away from coaching college football. Here's how much money he's giving up in the process.
These seven musicians have gone above and beyond for their fans – and made some pretty spectacular memories along the way.
Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr. are squaring off in a rematch in Saudi Arabia – and they'll each make a ton of money. Here's how much each fighter stands to earn.
Steven Cohen has made billions as the founder of a hedge fund. Yet there's still one thing left on his wish list: owning a majority stake in a MLB team.
Two decades ago, David Glass spent less than $100 million to buy the Kansas City Royals. We'd say his investment paid off – and then some.
Terrelle Pryor got a nice contract offer from the Cleveland Browns in 2017. He turned it down to try and get a bigger deal – and that move didn't pan out quite the way he planned.
Jacoby Ellsbury hasn't played a game for the New York Yankees since 2017, and the team finally released him. But now they owe a ton of money to a player who's no longer on their roster.
The Chicago White Sox have struggled since winning the World Series in 2005. But after signing Yasmani Grandal, their future is looking brighter. Here's how much they'll be paying their new star.
Adrian Dantley scored thousands of points and made millions in the NBA. So why is he now working as a crossing guard who's not even earning $15,000 per year?