Retired NFL player Jason Elam net worth has been estimated about $9 million while he received $3.4 million dollars as salary for 04 year of contract. 46 year Jason Elam, is a professional football player born in Florida. Standing 5.11 feet, this outstanding player has made a name for himself. The Pieces attended high school in Georgia and went on to pursue college in the University of Hawaii, Manoa. Elam is a US citizen and is White by ethnicity.
Even after retirement Jason Elam net worth is estimated to be $9 million! The best salary Jason ever received was $3.3 million for 4 year of contract. Through his school years, Elam portrayed an outstanding sportsman spirit and received merit in different sports. Amongst the array of sports, he loved playing football, track racing and swimming. While in Manoa, he played for the University’s football team and won many games. Very opposite to his passion, Elam graduated with a degree in Communications from Hawaii University.
Elam took to professional playing from the year 1993. He had a long association with the Denver Broncos team where his game play was widely appreciated. He played for fifteen seasons for the Broncos and every season he grew as a player from a novice to the highest level of expertise. He is popular for being a placekicker and scored many winning goals. Later in 2008, he joined the Atlanta Falcons and played for two seasons before retirement. Overall he has been showered with achievement awards and best player awards in several matches.
Currently Elam is enjoying a retired yet active life with his beautiful former cheerleader wife Tammy and four cherubic children. All four of them are home-schooled and the family is settled in Atlanta. He has no record of felony or controversy and is much talked about his loyal character. . Elam is an active social networking member and has in numerous fans on his Twitter and Facebook page where he keeps posting on a regular basis and interacts with his fans. More recently he has taken fancy towards writing and has published a book named Monday Night Jidah!