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Tua Tagovailoa’s contract details: How much money does the Dolphins’ QB make? What’s his net worth?




The Miami Dolphins are in a promising position as the regular season unfolds, sitting second in the AFC behind the Baltimore Ravens. Their Monday Night Football clash against the Tennessee Titans has the potential to solidify their standing in the comPetitive AFC landscape. The excellent offensive cooperation between McDaniels, Tagovailoa, and Hill also brings good results this season. It has slowly established the Miami team, at least in the AFC, as a formidable opponent and playoff contender every year.

Before Week 14 of the season, Tua is ranked fifth on the quarterback’s passing list with 3,457 yards completed, 24 scored touchdowns, and 10 interceptions. He is also second in the league behind Brock Purdy in yards per attempt average at 8.6. The Dolphins quarterback was sacked 17 times during the season, the lowest in the league.

Tua Tagovailoa’s contract details

In 2023, Tua Tagovailoa, the Hawaiian quarterback, signed a four-year contract worth $30,275,438 with the Miami Dolphins, according to Spotrack. The contract includes a $19,578,500 signing bonus, $30,275,438 as the guaranteed amount, and an average annual salary of $7,568,860. Previously, he finished his last year of his rookie contract with a base salary of $1,010,000 and a roster bonus of $3,728,469. With the new contract, Tagovailoa can become a free agent in 2025.

What’s Tua Tagovailoa’s net worth?

Tagovailoa, a left-handed Ewa Beach, Hawaii quarterback, has a modest lifestyle away from the field. His father trained him from age two to throw with his non-dominant hand. He learned the importance of accuracy after his father beat him with a belt every time he threw an interception. Tagovailoa was compared to Marcus Mariota and threw for 3,932 yards and 43 touchdowns during his senior season. He chose to play for Nick Saban’s Alabama Crimson Tide.

Tagovailoa, a highly-touted NFL prospect, suffered significant injuries to his right hip during College and before the 2020 NFL Draft. Despite doubts from some teams, the Miami Dolphins took a chance on him with the fifth overall pick. It took some time for him to prove himself, but Tagovailoa eventually showed that Miami’s decision was a wise one.

According to the latest report, as of October 2023, Tagovailoa’s net worth is estimated to be around $4 million before signing his new contract. His rookie-scale contract with the Miami Dolphins is the major contributor to this amount. However, with the extension, his net worth skyrocketed.

Additionally, as his performance on the field continues to improve, various brands have expressed interest in signing him as an endorser or brand ambassador, further affecting his net income.