Deion Sanders Net Worth: Interesting Facts, Earnings, House, Age, Height, Biography

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Deion Sanders Net Worth:$50 Million

Net Worth:$50 Million
Date of Birth:Aug 9, 1967
Age:54 years
Height:6 ft (1.85 m)
Profession:Baseball player, American football player, Commentator, Athlete, Television producer, Screenwriter, Actor
Nationality:United States of America

Deion Sanders net worth is around $50 million. Deion Sanders is an American football coach and former player who is the head football coach at Jackson State.

Deion Sanders Net Worth
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Nicknamed “Prime Time” and “Neon Deion”, Deion Sanders played in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 seasons with the Atlanta Falcons, San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, and Baltimore Ravens.

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Deion Sanders net worth 2022:

Deion Sanders net worth 2022 is around $50 million. Deion Sanders is considered one of the most gifted athletes of all time and one of the very few who excelled in two professional sports at the same time. Deion Sanders is the only person in history to play in both a World Series and a Super Bowl.

Deion Sanders Career Earnings:

Between NFL and MLB salaries, Deion Sanders earned just under $60 million in contract money alone. This is the same as around $93 million after adjusting for inflation. Deion Sanders also earned tens of millions more from endorsements.

Deion Sanders House & Real Estate:

In February 2011 Deion Sanders listed two of his Dallas-area homes for sale. One was listed for $7.5 million and the other for a $21 million. The $21 million mansion is 30,000 square feet and has 8 bedrooms, a ten-car garage, a movie theater, a bowling alley, a basketball court, a twelve-acre lake, and more.

Deion Sanders Biography:

Jackson State Tigers
Position:Head coach
Personal information
Born:August 9, 1967 (age 54)
Fort Myers, Florida
Height:6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Weight:198 lb (90 kg)
Career information
High school:North Fort Myers
(North Fort Myers, Florida)
College:Florida State (1985–1988)
NFL Draft:1989 / Round: 1 / Pick: 5
Career history
As a player:
Atlanta Falcons (1989–1993)San Francisco 49ers (1994)Dallas Cowboys (1995–1999)Washington Redskins (2000)Baltimore Ravens (2004–2005)
As a coach:
Prime Prep Academy (2012–2013)
Head coachTriple A Academy (2015–2016)
Head coachTrinity Christian School (TX) (2017–2020)
Offensive coordinatorJackson State (2020–present)
Head coach
Career highlights and awards
As a player2× Super Bowl champion NFL Defensive Player of the Year (1994)6× First-team All-Pro (1992–1994, 1996–1998)2× Second-team All-Pro (1991, 1999)8× Pro Bowl (1991–1994, 1996–1999)NFL 1990s All-Decade TeamNFL 100th Anniversary All-Time TeamPFWA All-Rookie Team (1989)Atlanta Falcons Ring of HonorJim Thorpe Award (1988)2× Unanimous All-American (1987, 1988)Florida State Seminoles Jersey No.2  honoredAs a coachSWAC Coach of the Year (2021)SWAC Champion (2021)Eddie Robinson Award (2021)NFL recordMost career yards per interception return: 25.1
Career NFL statistics
Interceptions:54Total Touchdowns:22Receptions:60Receiving yards:784

Deion Sanders was born on August 9, 1967, in Fort Myers, Florida. Deion Sanders was a letterman and all-state honoree in football, basketball, and baseball when he attended North Fort Myers High School.

Deion Sanders Biography
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Deion Sanders was named to the Florida High School Association All-Century team in 1985, which consists of the top 33 players in the 100-year history of high school football in Florida. That same year, the Kansas City Royals selected him for the Major League Baseball draft, but he declined.

Deion Sanders Football Career:

Deion Sanders, who went by the nicknames “Prime Time” and “Neon Deion,” is one of a very few professional athletes who succeeded in two different major sports leagues. In fact, Deion Sanders is one of the most versatile athletes in sporting history. Deion played football for Florida State University and was recognized as a two-time All-American champion.

Deion Sanders played basketball and ran track as well during his college years. During the fall semester of his senior year at Florida State, Deion did not attend any classes or take any final exams, but he was allowed to play in the Sugar Bowl.

This forced the school Legislature to create “the Deion Sanders rule,” which states that an athlete at any state school could not participate in a bowl game without successfully completing the previous semester.

Deion Sanders was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons and played football primarily as a cornerback.  He played for the Atlanta Falcons, the San Francisco 49ers, the Dallas Cowboys, the Washington Redskins (his heftiest contract at $56 million and 7 years), and the Baltimore Ravens, playing multiple positions such as cornerback, but also occasionally as a wide receiver, kick returner, and punt returner.

Deion Sanders played 14 seasons with the NFL and won two Super Bowl Titles, XXIX with the 49ers and XXX with the Cowboys. He also played in nine pro-bowls and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2011.

Deion Sanders NFL Earnings:
1995Dallas Cowboys$7,000,000
1996Dallas Cowboys$7,000,000
1997Dallas Cowboys$7,000,000
1998Dallas Cowboys$7,000,000
1999Dallas Cowboys$7,000,000
2000Washington Redskins$3,200,000
2004Baltimore Ravens$1,800,000
Total NFL Salary:$45,650,000

Deion Sanders Baseball Career

Deion Sanders played professional baseball part-time for nine years. Deion Sanders signed with the Yankees in July 1988 but left to attend NFL training camp instead. Deion Sanders made his major league baseball debut on May 31, 1989. Three days after inking a $4.4 million deal, Dion ran his first punt for a score, making him the only athlete ever to both score a touchdown and hit a home run in the same week. 

Over his near-decade of playing, Deion Sanders played on a number of teams; he played first with the New York Yankees until he was released after just one season. He experienced a bit more success with the Atlanta Braves, then went on to play with the Cincinnati Reds in 1997, and later with the San Francisco Giants.

Although Deion Sanders was an elite football player, his time on the baseball diamond was difficult. His personality clashed with the game’s more conservative approach, and Deion Sanders was often getting in fights on the field and on-camera.

Deion Sanders made one World Series appearance with the Braves in 1992 (which was his best year for both sports) and was the only individual to ever appear in both a Super Bowl and a World Series. Deion Sanders retired from baseball in 2001.

Deion Sanders Baseball Earnings
1991Atlanta Braves$660,000
1992Atlanta Braves$600,000
1993Atlanta Braves$3,166,667
1994Atlanta Braves$3,632,513
1995Cincinnati Reds$3,666,667
1997Cincinnati Reds$1,200,000
2000Cincinnati Reds$300,000

Deion Sanders Other Ventures

During his career, Deion Sanders appeared in many commercials for dozens of major brands like Nike, Pepsi, Burger King, American Express and Pizza Hut. In 1989, Deion Sanders released his autobiography: “Power, Money, & Sex: How Success Almost Ruined My Life.”

Deion Sanders also released a rap album called “Prime Time” in 1994 on Bust It Records, MC Hammer’s label, and appeared in Hammer’s “Too Legit to Quit” music video. Sanders made several cameo appearances in television shows and movies.

In 1995, after his first Super Bowl win, Deion Sanders hosted Saturday Night Live. Also in 1995, Deion Sanders became the spokesman of Sega Sports video games. In 2002, he hosted the Miss USA pageant.

Deion Sanders starred on reality show Deion & Pilar: Prime Time Love in 2008 as it centered around them and their five children when they lived in Prosper, Texas. That same year, Sanders competed against Bruce (now Caitlyn) and Kris Jenner, Kim, Kourtney, and Khloe Kardashian on Celebrity Family Feud.

Deion Sanders also works as a volunteer football coach at his sons’ school, Trinity Christian School Cedar Hill. In 2012, Sanders founded the Prime Prep Academy Charter School, however, the school closed due to financial and legal reasons in 2015.

From 2014-2015, Deion Sanders starred in Deion’s Family Playbook, a reality show on the Oprah network about his family life. After his retirement from both sports, he began to work as a studio analyst for both the NFL Network on Sundays and CBS sports on Thursday games only.

Deion Sanders Relationship, Wife, Childrens:

Deion Sanders was married to Carolyn Chambers from 1989-1998. The pair had two children. Deion Sanders was married to Pilar Biggers-Sanders from 1999-2013. Their divorce drew much attention from the media. They have three children. Deion Sanders began a relationship with Tracey Edmonds in 2012.

In 2005, Deion Sanders challenged all pro athletes from all four major sports to donate $1,000 to Hurricane Katrina relief efforts, with the goal to raise between $1.5 and $3 million.