Jordan Richards Net Worth (House Cars Salary 2018)

Jordan Richards Net Worth is $4 Million dollars and earns an annual income of $1 million dollars. Jordan Richards is an American football safety of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Stanford and was drafted by the Patriots in the second round of the 2015 NFL Draft. Jordan Richards recently bought a brand new BMW luxury car for $100,000 USD. The Net Worth of Jordan Richards has seen a hike of 19% over the past few years. While calculating Jordan Richards Net Worth we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Jordan Richards Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Trevor Reilly and Devin McCourty.

Jordan Richards Net Worth and Income DetailsJordan Richards Net Worth is $4 Million dollars and earns an annual income of $1 million dollars

Jordan Richards Net Worth $4 Million USD
Annual Income $1 Million USD
Luxury Cars – 2 $180,000 USD
Houses – 1 $750,000 USD

Jordan Richards Cars

The Car collection of Jordan Richards is quite Small. Jordan Richards owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Jordan Richards include BMW and Ford.

Jordan Richards Biography

Jordan Richards played college football at Stanford, where he was a team captain and first team All-PAC player during his final senior collegiate year. Although recruited as one top the top 100 receivers in the country, he was switched to defense and played all 13 games as a true freshman.

Jordan Richards accepted an invitation to play in the 2015 East–West Shrine Game and practiced well throughout the week leading up to the game. Jordan Richards played for the West team under former Seattle Seahawks’ quarterback and Washington Redskins’ head coach Jim Zorn.

Jordan Richards recorded three combined tackles, as the West lost 19-3 to the East. Jordan Richards attended the NFL combine and completed all of the required combine and positional drills.

Jordan Richards lackluster performances in the 40-yard dash, vertical jump, and broad jump was thought to negatively effect his stock. Jordan Richards time in the three-cone drill finished in the top five amongst all safeties at the combine.

In March, 2015, Richards opted to participate at Stanford’s pro day, along with James Vaughters, Ty Montgomery, Andrus Peat, Lee Ward, A. J. Tarpley, Alex Carter, Henry Anderson, David Parry, and five others.

Over 75 team representatives and scouts from every NFL team attended as Richards decided to redo his vertical jump (34½), broad jump (9’0″), 40-yard dash (4.59), 20-yard dash (2.64), 10-yard dash (1.58), and short shuttle (4.32).

Jordan Richards performed well and was able to get better times and lengths in everything but the broad jump and short shuttle. Jordan Richards positional drills were lead by the New England Patriots’ director of player personnel Nick Cesario.

At the conclusion of the pre-draft process, Richards projected to be a fifth to seventh round pick by the majority of NFL draft experts and analysts.

Jordan Richards fall from a perspective third round pick was mostly due to his lack of preferred athletic ability and his mediocre performance at the combine. Jordan Richards was ranked as the seventh best strong safety prospect in the draft by

Jordan Richards was not able to attend team activities held in the spring due to Stanford following the quarters semester system and the NFL’s graduation rule that does not permit players that haven’t completed or graduated from their perspective school to attend team activities. Upon arriving at trainings camp, he competed with Nate Ebner for the role of backup strong safety.

Jordan Richards played in 14 regular-season games his rookie season with two starts and registered 17 tackles, two pass deflections, one forced fumble, and two special teams tackles.

Jordan Richards played mostly on special teams and in nickel and dime sequences on defense. Jordan Richards started at safety against the Jets in December, 2015 after starter Patrick Chung was out due to an injury and recorded a season-high seven tackles.

Jordan Richards is a Folsom High School alumni along with many other professional sports players. Jordan Richards father, Terry, a native of Natick, Massachusetts, played football at Tufts University from 1975 – 1979 as a defensive lineman. Jordan Richards majored in public policy at Stanford.


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Jordan Richards Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth and Income of Jordan Richards is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Jordan Richards’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 26%.