J.D. McKissic Contract, Salary and Net Worth

At Central High School, he participated in high school football. McKissic, a three-star wide receiver recruit, chose Arkansas State over offers from Appalachian State and Coastal Carolina to play collegiate football.

In all but three of his college games, he started for the Arkansas State Red Wolves as a multi-positional player. He set school records in 2012 while wearing a red-shirt, finishing second in the Sun Belt with 103 receptions and second all-time at Arkansas State with 1,022 receiving yards.

He was also named the Sun Belt Freshman of the Year and a Scripps Freshman All-American. After tying a school record with 11 receptions, 113 yards, and a touchdown against Kent State in the Go-Daddy Bowl, he was named the offensive MVP.



He twice tied for third most receptions in a game with 12, and his four 100+ yard receiving outings for Arkansas State tied for third most in a season.

He played college football at Arkansas State, where set the Sun Belt Conference record for most career receptions with 289. McKissic signed with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2016 and has also played for the Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions.

Earlier that offseason, the Washington Football Team, then known as the Redskins, changed its identity, and McKissic signed a two-year deal with them on March 26, 2020. McKissic recorded 107 yards from scrimmage and a receiving score in Week 15’s 20-15 loss to his former team, the Seattle Seahawks.

McKissic beat the Atlanta Falcons 34-30 in Week 4 of the 2021 season after scoring the game-winning touchdown on a 30-yard catch and run.

McKissic scored two touchdowns—one running and one receiving—in a win over the Seattle Seahawks in Week 12 before going down with a concussion. Later, he was put on injured reserve.

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J.D. McKissic Contract, Salary and Net Worth

With the Washington Commanders, J.D. McKissic agreed to a two-year, $7,000,000 contract that featured a $2,500,000 signing bonus, $3,645,000 in guaranteed money, and an average annual salary of $3,500,000.

McKissic will make $1,145,000 in base pay, $2,500,000 in signing bonus, $255,000 in roster bonus, and $100,000 in workout bonus in 2022. He will also have a cap hit of $1,910,000 and a dead cap value of $3,745,000.

So basically, his salary is $1,145,000, including a $500,000 signing bonus. His net worth is estimated to be between $15 million and $25 million.