Justin Jefferson Minnesota Vikings salary per day, week, month, year, contract details and net worth in 2024

Justin Jefferson Minnesota Vikings salary per day, week, month, year, contract details and net worth in 2024

Justin Jefferson is currently in the news following a new record deal with the Minnesota Vikings, find out more about his contract, salary and net worth in 2024

Jefferson’s new deal with the Vikings has notably reset the wide receiver market in the NFL.

Justin Jefferson Minnesota Vikings salary per day, week, month, year, contract and net worth in 2024

Following the new deal, Jefferson is currently the highest-paid NFL wide receiver ever and the best-paid non-QB in NFL history.

Justin Jefferson signs massive deal with Minnesota Vikings

According to a report by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Justin signed a four-year, $140 million contract extension, which includes a $88.743 million signing bonus. Following the new deal, he is now the highest-paid non-quarterback in the NFL. Notably, his new deal beats DL Nick Bosa’s deal with the 49ers by over a million dollars. Following the news about the deal, Jefferson posted his own announcement of the deal on his Instagram.

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Justin Jefferson contract length and salary breakdown

Based on reports, Justin Jefferson’s new deal will run for four years and is worth over $140 million. This means that Justin Jefferson will earn about $35 million per year or $2.9 million per month, $729k per week; $104k per day; $4.3k per hour; $72 per minute; or $1.2 per second. He has a net worth of $9 million.

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Justin Jefferson bio

Justin Jamal Jefferson is an American football wide receiver who was born on June 16, 1999, in Saint Rose, Louisiana, USA. He is currently just 24 years old and plays for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League. The Louisiana State University graduate stands at a height of 1.85 m and roughly weighs around 92 kg. He has two brothers named Jordan Jefferson and Rickey Jefferson.

Justin Jefferson career

Justin started out his NFL career in 2020 after the Minnesota Vikings drafted him as the 22nd overall pick. He has since caught 392 passes for 5,899 yards, and he is just one of five players in NFL history with 5,000+ receiving yards from his first four seasons in the league. Moreover, he has averaged 98.3 yards per game over those four seasons.

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The 24-year-old won the Offensive Player of the Year in 2022 but suffered a hamstring injury which affected his performance in 2023. Due to the injury, he played just 10 games but managed to average 107.4 yards per game.

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