What car does Jalen Hurts drive? The football star went on to play for Alabama and Oklahoma in college and is now a clear starter for the Philadelphia Eagles. The star recently spoke with the popular men’s magazine GQ about his money and life. He attributes his success to being the son of a coach, growing up surrounded by football and even cutting grass as a child. Hurts now has a lot to spend on his lifestyle, and his car.
According to “GQ”, Hurts’ net worth has risen to $1 million. Despite his impressive earnings, Hurts has remained modest and humble, donating at most $30,000 to a family with childhood cancer. The quarterback lives in Houston with his parents. His first professional season cost him $30,000 in living expenses as well as business expenses. This includes paying for an agent, business manager, and $10,000 for offseason training.
While playing for Alabama, Hurts’ work ethic is attributed to his parents, who both pursued a career in the NFL. He followed his father around the weight room and the football field. He once claimed that his parents allowed him to follow his father around the weight room and football field as a boy. He took over from Carson Wentz, a rookie, the starting position in the NFL.
The NFL star recently made headlines with his low-budget TV commercial for a used Cadillac. It was an unlikely choice for a car commercial, but it got the football community talking. Hurts’ car commercial got people talking and gave fans a good laugh. While it’s hard to say if the commercial was effective, fans were happy to hear the star’s voice.
The Philadelphia Eagles have also released a list of 2021 jersey numbers. Hurts is ready for Philadelphia and has signed a $6.02 million contract for four years. His emergence as a star in the NFL has the Eagles surrounded him with big-play weapons on the outside, making things easier for him as a passer. The Eagles defeated a virus-ridden Washington in his first game as a starter 27-17. And he had 208 rushing yards against the Giants, but he couldn’t overcome four turnovers.
The Philadelphia Eagles also passed on other quarterback prospects this spring, signing the 36-year-old Joe Flacco as the backup. In spite of the hype, the Eagles haven’t officially crowned Hurts the starting quarterback and have yet to commit to his rookie status. His veteran teammates have seen his growth and believe Hurts can continue to play at a high standard.