Joe Cardona Madden Rating, Draft, College Stats, Net Worth, Trade, Salary, Contract, Height, Weight, Position, Jersey Number


Joseph Cardona is a long snapper with the New England Patriots, who are members of the National Football League. Cardona is not only a graduate of the United States Naval Academy, but he is also an officer in the United States Naval Reserve with the rank of Lieutenant. Cardona was selected by the New England Patriots in the fifth round of the NFL draft in 2015.

He is the second-highest drafted long snapper in NFL history, behind Ryan Pontbriand, and only the fourth player ever to be categorized as a long snapper to be selected in the first round.

He won Super Bowl LI and Super Bowl LIII with the Patriots. Cardona became the fourth pure long snapper to be selected in NFL history on May 2, 2015, when the New England Patriots took him in the fifth round (166th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft (and the second drafted by the Patriots, after Jake Ingram).

Joe Cardona Madden Rating

Joe Cardona has an Overall Rating of 25 in Madden NFL 23,

Joe Cardona Draft

Cardona was drafted in the fifth round (166th overall) of the 2015 NFL draft.[

Joe Cardona College Stats

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Joe Cardona Net Worth

Joseph Cardona is a professional American football player who has an estimated net worth of $5 million which is money he has earned from his football career and service as military personnel.

Joe Cardona Trade

Joe Cardona trade is not available

Joe Cardona Salary

Cardona will have a $1,120,000 base salary, a $80,000 roster bonus, a $1,330,000 cap hit, and a $130,000 dead cap value in 2022.

Joe Cardona Contract

Cardona and the Patriots agreed to a four-year contract extension on June 14, 2018.

Joe Cardona Height

Joe Cardona has a height of 6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)

Joe Cardona Weight

Joe Cardona, who is a long snapper has a weight of 245 lb (111 kg)

Joe Cardona Position

Cardona is a long snapper with the New England Patriots

Joe Cardona Jersey Number

Joe Cardona wears jersey No.49 with the Patriots