With years playing as a quaterback in the NFL, Brock Osweiler has amassed considerable wealth for himself.
With an estimated net worth of $20 million, Osweiler was one of the well-paid quarterbacks. Throughout his NFL career which spanned over seven years, Osweiler made $41.4 million.
He signed his first contract, a four-year rookie contract worth $3,516,000 with the Denver Broncos through the 2015 season and made his NFL debut in Week 4 of the 2012 season against the Oakland Raiders, where The Broncos won 37–6.
Osweiler threw his first pass in a Week 17 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs, completing 2 of 4 passes for 12 yards.
Following his debut with The Denver Broncos, he went on to play for;
- Houston Texans, signing a four-year, $72 million contract ($37 million guaranteed) on March 9, 2016
- Cleveland Browns
- Denver Broncos (second stint), where his contract was worth the league-minimum $775,000, leaving the Browns to pay the remaining $15.25 million of Osweiler’s $16 million guaranteed and
- Miami Dolphins.
Osweiler announced his retirement from the NFL on October 16, 2019, which was the middle of that year’s season.