Jake McQuaide is a veteran long snapper who is signed by the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. The former Ohio State player had a successful college career before he was signed by the St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent in 2011.
During his first year with the Ohio State Buckeyes, McQuaide was rotated in the first seven games at long snapper, along with seniors Dimitrios Makridis and Jackson Haas.
As a result of his inconsistent play, he was taken out of the lineup for the remaining six games of the season
Jake McQuaide Height
Jake McQuaide stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Jake McQuaide Weight
Jake McQuaide has a weight of 238 lb (108 kg)
Jake McQuaide Salary
Jake McQuaide receives a yearly income of $1,272,500 on average. McQuaide’s base salary will be $1,120,000 in 2022, with a cap hit of $895,000.
Jake McQuaide Stats
|2011||Los Angeles Rams||16||0|
|2012||Los Angeles Rams||16||0|
|2013||Los Angeles Rams||16||0|
|2014||Los Angeles Rams||16||0|
|2015||Los Angeles Rams||16||0|
|2016||Los Angeles Rams||16||0|
|2017||Los Angeles Rams||16||0|
|2018||Los Angeles Rams||16||0|
|2020||Los Angeles Rams||16||0|
Jake McQuaide Net Worth
With over 11 years of playing in the NFL, Jake McQuaide has accumulated over $10 million in salary. His net worth is estimated to be between $1 million and $5 million dollars
Jake McQuaide Contract
Jake McQuaide agreed to accept a one-year, $1,272,500 deal with the Dallas Cowboys, which also included a $152,500 signing bonus and $152,500 in guaranteed money.
Jake McQuaide Highlights
Jake McQuaide Draft Profile
- Height 6-2
- Weight 238
- Experience 12
- College Ohio State
- Age 34
Jake McQuaide College Stats
Jake McQuaide Position
Jake McQuaide plays as a long-snapper in the National Football League
Jake McQuaide Jersey Number
Jake McQuaide wears the number 44 jersey
Jake McQuaide Injury Update
The Cowboys announced on Tuesday that long snapper Jake McQuaide would be out for the rest of the year with an injury. The Cowboys will need to find a replacement specialist after the 12-year veteran tore his triceps at the end of Sunday’s victory over Washington.