Neville Gallimore is a Canadian-American football defensive tackle who currently plays for the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League.
Gallimore was born on January 17, 1997. (NFL). He attended college in Oklahoma and played football there. At the high school where he played football,
St. Patrick’s High School made history by becoming the first player born in Canada to be invited to take part in the United States Army All-American Bowl. He went on to play college football.
After obtaining thirty scholarship offers from different colleges and universities all across the United States, Gallimore made the decision to play college football at the University of Oklahoma.
As a junior and senior for Oklahoma, Darnell Gallimore participated in all 14 games and started 13 of those games.
He finished his career with 50 tackles, including 5 for losses, 3 sacks, and 2 forced fumbles. As a sophomore, he participated in 12 of the 14 games,
starting the first five of those games before suffering an injury that prevented him from playing in the last two games. In the game against Tulane University,
he recorded a career-high nine tackles and a half sacks. After completing his college career, he finished with 148 total tackles, 18 for losses, 9 sacks, 5 forced fumbled turnovers, and 3 appearances in the College Football Playoff.
Neville Gallimore’s Contract
Neville Gallimore agreed to terms with the Dallas Cowboys on a contract worth a total of $4,680,449 over the course of four seasons.
The terms of the deal included a signing bonus of $963,964, a total of $963,964 in guarantees, and an annual salary that averaged $1,170,112.
In the year 2022, Gallimore’s basic salary will be $1,035,495, and he will have a cap hit of $1,276,486 as well as a dead cap value of $481,982.
In the year 2021, Neville Gallimore has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million and $5 Million.