Marcus Epps is currently in his fourth season with the Eagles. He was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the sixth round, 191st overall, of the 2019 NFL Draft. Just after seven months after his draft, he was released by the Vikings.
He later joined the Philadelphia Eagles as a free agent on November 7, 2019.
Marcus Epps was born and reared in the city of Los Angeles, California, but during his sophomore year of high school, he moved south to Orange County to attend Edison High School in Huntington Beach, California.
After receiving no scholarship offers out of high school, Marcus made the decision to walk on at the University of Wyoming, where he eventually became a starter for four years, was named captain for three years and was awarded a scholarship.
Epps remained not only one of the most effective playmakers for the Cowboys, but also for the rest of the Mountain West Conference as a whole. At the end of the season, Epps had a total of 68 tackles, including 42 solo stops and 26 assisted stops.
In addition, he had one sack and five tackles for losses in the game. During the course of the season, Epps was responsible for four interceptions and also broke up a total of four passes.
Marcus Epps Contract
Marcus Epps inked a four-year, $2,688,116 contract with the Philadelphia Eagles, which included a $168,116 signing bonus and $168,116 in guaranteed money.
Marcus Epps Salary
Marcus Epps makes an average of $672,029 per year. Epps will earn a base salary of $965,000 in 2022, with a $965,000 cap hit.
Marcus Epps Net Worth
Marcus Epps has an estimated net worth of $3,153,116