Linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, Jabril Cox plays for the American football team known as the Cowboys.
In the fourth round of the NFL Draft in 2021, he was chosen by the Cowboys to join their team. Cox participated in collegiate football at North Dakota State,
where he was honoured as the MVFC defensive player of the year and won three FCS championships during his time there.
At Raytown South High School, Cox earned All-conference and All-district honours for his athletic performance.
As a senior, he had 2,103 yards throwing, 18 passing touchdowns, 1,004 yards rushing, and 13 rushing touchdowns. His totals were impressive.
During his career, he also saw action in the position of cornerback and safety. Cox participated in all four years of basketball and baseball seasons as a starting player.
Over the course of the season, he sustained a torn ACL. He was selected for the All-MVFC second team and received the Newcomer of the Year award from the conference.
In 2020, he made the decision to pursue further development as a player by transferring to Louisiana State University in the capacity of a graduate student. Cox has stated that he will participate in the NFL Draft in 2021.
Jabril Cox Contract
The Dallas Cowboys and Jabril Cox came to an agreement on a four-year, $4,251,252 contract, which included a signing bonus of $771,252, a total of $771,252 in guarantees, and an annual salary that averaged $1,062,813.
Cox is scheduled to receive a base salary of $825,000 in the year 2022. He will also have a cap hit of $1,017,813 and a dead cap value of $578,439.
It is anticipated that Jabril Cox’s net worth is close to $660,000 at this time.