James Robinson is estimated to have a net worth of around $1-$2 million as of 2023.
James Robinson is an American professional football running back who is currently a free agent.
Robinson was born to his father and mother, Latrica Saygo, on August 9, 1998, in Rockford, Illinois, US.
He attended Rockford Lutheran High School and played football for the varsity team. Playing for the Rockford, he rushed 2,546 yards, made 44 touchdowns, and was named Class 4A All-State.
After high school, the professional football player committed to play for Illinois State Redbirds.
During his collegiate career, he earned several honorable mentions, including first-team All-Missouri Valley Football Conference (MVFC) and second-team All-American by STATS and HERO Sports.
His professional NFL career started after he was signed by the Jacksonville Jaguars as an undrafted free agent on April 26, 2020.
Besides, he also played for New York Jets and New England Patriots.
In 2020, Robinson also broke the NFL record for most scrimmage yards of any undrafted rookie.
James Robinson Net Worth
Having started his professional football career in 2020, Robinson has amassed an impressive net worth of around $1-$2 million.
His first professional contract came with the Jaguars after they signed him on a 3-year/$2,290,000 contract as an undrafted free agent on April 26, 2020.
This contract included a $25,000 signing bonus, $25,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $763,333.
Similarly, the former Jaguars running back signed a 2-year deal worth $4 million with the Patriots on March 15, 2023.
Overall, the 25-year-old athlete has garnered a total of $2,585,283 as per spotrac.
Moreover, the former Patriots player has a clothing line of his own, “James Robinson Collection.” The online store sells different casual wear for kids, men, and women.
Besides, Robinson is not known to have any endorsements and sponsorship deals.
Reason For Being Released By The Patriots
The Patriots signed Robinson on a two-year deal that did not include any guaranteed money, given the running back’s previous injury history.
His contract also has some contingencies like injury waivers and split salaries if Robinson ended up on injured reserve.
Back in 2021, Robinson tore an Achilles while playing for his then-team Jaguars.
Following his signing with the Patriots, he was released on the first day of mandatory minicamp, when players routinely take physical examinations.
The Illinois native was supposed to help replace Damien Harris as the top running back behind Stevenson.