Will Beatty Net Worth (House Cars Income Salary 2018)

Will Beatty Net Worth is $6 Million dollars and earns an annual Salary of $900,000 dollars. Will Beatty is an American football offensive tackle of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Connecticut, and was drafted by the New York Giants in the second round of the 2009 NFL Draft. Will Beatty recently bought a brand new Aston Martin luxury car for $350,000 USD. The Net Worth of Will Beatty has seen a hike of 23% over the past few years. While calculating Will Beatty Net Worth we have included the data updated as of this Quarter. Check out the Exclusive information on Will Beatty Net Worth details such as Yearly Income, House, Car Collection, Investments etc. Also read Net Worth details of Derek Barnett and Dustin Hoffman.

Will Beatty Net Worth and Income DetailsWill Beatty Net Worth is $6 Million dollars and earns an annual Salary of $900,000 dollars

Will Beatty Net Worth $6 Million USD
Annual Income $900,000 USD
Luxury Cars – 4 $800,000 USD
Houses – 1 $1 Million USD

Will Beatty Cars

The Car collection of Will Beatty is quite Average. Will Beatty owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. The Car brands owned by Will Beatty include Mercedes Benz, Range Rover and Aston Martin.

Will Beatty Biography

Will Beatty participated in the 2009 NFL Combine in Indianapolis. Will Beatty wore the OL2 jersey. Will Beatty was a top performer in the 40yd Dash, the Vertical Jump, the Broad Jump, and the 3 Cone Drill. Will Beatty did 27 reps of 225 lbs at the Combine, but elected to re-do the Bench at the UCONN Pro-Day, where he did 30 reps of 225 lbs.

Will Beatty was drafted with the 28th pick of the second round (#60 overall) by the New York Giants in the 2009 NFL draft. In July, 2009, the Giants announced that they had signed Beatty to a 4-year contract worth $2.67 million.

In his rookie season, Will Beatty played in all 16 games. Will Beatty began the season as a special teams player and situational tight end when the Giants wanted to use an extra blocking tight end. Beatty started 4 games in his rookie campaign at Right Tackle, replacing the injured Kareem McKenzie.

Will Beatty first career start came against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday Night Football on NBC in October, 2009. This ended the current streak of 38 consecutive starts by the offensive line unit.

Not until the final 3 games of the regular season did Will Beatty get the opportunity to start again as McKenzie went down with another injury. Will Beatty started against the Washington Redskins on Monday Night Football in December, 2009; the Carolina Panthers in December, 2009; and the Minnesota Vikings in January, 2010.

In all of the final 3 games Will Beatty went up against premier defensive ends including Washington’s Brian Orakpo, Carolina’s Julius Peppers, and Minnesota’s Jared Allen. The Giants failed to make the playoffs in 2009 despite winning their first 5 games of the year.

The 2010 off season had much speculation about Beatty becoming the starting left tackle. Beatty began the regular season as an extra tight end and special teams contributor. In the first game of the 2010 season, Will Beatty suffered a foot injury that sidelined him for 8 weeks.

Will Beatty was able to return and started two games at Left Tackle for the injured David Diehl. During this season, Will Beatty did not give up any sacks. He defines his role with the Giants succinctly: “Keeping Eli clean is my job.”

In November, Will Beatty discovered that he had a detached retina after playing the Philadelphia Eagles. Will Beatty had emergency surgery the next day on Thanksgiving Day in New York City to fix the issue.

Will Beatty missed the Monday Night Football game (loss) against the New Orleans Saints. While his eye had been 100% fully reattached, he would not be ready for full contact this season.

Will Beatty was placed on the injured reserve on November 30 with the Giants record being 6-5. The Giants won the Super Bowl this season. Will Beatty became the first Connecticut football player to win an NFL Super Bowl.

Will Beatty graduated with a degree in Human Development and Family Studies and has garnered national attention in the New York Times and York Daily Record for his ability to sew, cook, clean, draw and play the piano. Married to Rebecca Helwig.

The two were married in February, 2012 in West Orange. In 2013, Helwig gave birth to their first child, a girl named Victoria Zoe. In 2014, a second daughter, Alessandra Chloe, was born. Will Beatty also owns a clothing line, The William Beatty Apparel Company.

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Will Beatty Net Worth Growth Estimate

The Net Worth and Income of Will Beatty is expected to continue to grow at a Strong pace. Over the next few years, Will Beatty’s Net worth is likely to grow by around 30%.