The National Football League is a professional American football league consisting of 32 teams, divided equally between the National Football Conference and the American Football Conference.
At the point when you are seeing an NFL game, either live or broadcast, there is a lot of amusement to be found. Regardless of whether it’s the on-field activity between the two expert NFL teams or the crew of team promoters uninvolved. Most NFL groups additionally have some kind of custom for home games to get the fans advertised and cooperate with the players on the field.
In any case, there is one more part of amusement on the field that a few fans might underestimate, yet is pretty much as significant as team promoters and customs: their licensed NFL mascot.
How much do NFL Mascots make?
Averagely, an NFL Mascot earns a salary nearly doubles to about $60,000 per year. Also college mascot perhaps, in minor leagues for sports, you can earn a semi-livable wage of about $25,000 on average. There are some professional mascots who make six figures or more in a season. NBA Denver Nuggets’ Rocky is the highest-paid mascot in all of sports, making $625,000 per year. Rocky was even inducted into the Mascot Hall of Fame back in 2006. As for NFL mascots, they are likely seeing a paycheck close to the average of $60,000. The Dallas Cowboys’ Rowdy makes $65,000 per year, for example.
What Do Mascots Do In NFL
NFL mascots attend every home game for the entire season and don’t tend to travel to away games, with the Super Bowl being an exception. But the job doesn’t stop with the mascots being at games.
NFL teams run events, promotions, and signings for fans throughout the year, with the mascot regularly in attendance. It’s basically like having a full-time job, except no one knows exactly who you are or sees your face.