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Bethel was drafted by the Arizona Cardinals in the second round of the 2012 NFL draft, making him the 177th overall pick.

The rookie’s kicking game contributions helped him make the 53-man roster despite being a late-round pick and a position switch from safety to cornerback; these performances laid the groundwork for a successful career in Arizona, where Bethel played in 99 games and was twice named to the first team All-Pro.

Justin Bethel
Justin Bethel

Along the road, the product of Presbyterian University carved out more time for playing defense, which contributed to the team’s overall improvement.

Three of his four interceptions for the Cardinals in that time frame were returned for scores, and he also came up with three fumble recoveries.

Bethel was a successful cornerback, but the Cardinals did not re-sign him as a free agent in 2018. Instead, he played for the Atlanta Falcons and Baltimore Ravens before joining the Patriots in 2019.

Bethel and the Patriots reached a three-year, $6 million contract. Bethel’s salary ($1.2 million) and signing bonus proration ($333,333) are both completely guaranteed for the upcoming 2021 season, and his in-game roster bonuses ($400,000) are also likely to be paid.

Only by dealing with him this year might New England reduce their salary cap hit, but that will not happen.

Justin Bethel Contract and Salary

The New England Patriots paid Justin Bethel $6,000,000 over three years, with an average annual salary of $2,000,000 and a signing bonus of $1,000,000.

The contract included a $2,700,000 guarantee. With a cap hit of $2,033,333 in 2022, Bethel will get a base salary of $1,300,000 plus a roster bonus of $400,000 for a total of $2,033,333.

Justin Bethel  Net Worth

Justin Bethel has an estimated net worth  between $3 million and $5 million dollars

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