Troy Apke 40time, Age, Track, Combine, Madden Rating, Salary, Stats, Net Worth, Contract, Height, Highlights, Position, Jersey Number, College Stats, Weight

Troy Steven Apke was born on April 11, 1995, he is an American football defensive back and special teamer for the Washington Commanders of the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at Penn State and was drafted by Washington in the fourth round of the 2018 NFL Draft.

During his freshman season at Penn State, Apke played four games on special teams, totaling two tackles. In his sophomore year, he played in all 13 games, starting one. He finished the season with 26 total tackles, one forced fumble, and one pass deflection. During his junior season, Apke played in all 14 games starting one again. On October 1, he recorded a career-high six tackles and one pass deflection in a win over Minnesota.

Coming into the 2019 season Apke was expected to be a contributor on special teams. Through the first six weeks Apke had three tackles. In week 7 versus the San Francisco 49ers, Apke saw significant action on defense after an injury to starting safety Montae Nicholson. Apke had an interception, the first of his career, as well as a pass deflection and 6 tackles in just under a half of action in a 0–9 loss.

In 2020, Apke was named the starting free safety after beating out Sean Davis during training camp. Due to poor performance to start the season, he lost his starting position after Week 5. He converted to cornerback in 2021, making him the first white NFL player at the position since Jason Sehorn in 2003.

Apke re-signed with the team on March 17, 2022. He was released on August 16, 2022, but re-signed to their practice squad on August 31. He was released again on October 5, 2022, but re-signed back to the practice squad on October 21.

Contract and Salary

Troy Apke signed a 1 year, $277,200 contract with the Washington Commanders, including an average annual salary of $277,200.

Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million to $3 million.


He is 6 feet 3 inches tall



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2021Buffalo Bills17103122511.961106664.1124
2020Buffalo Bills16127153512.15587357.5205
2019Minnesota Vikings1563113017.96664165.1208
2018Minnesota Vikings151021021107594948132
2017Minnesota Vikings146484913.35984265.6143
2016Minnesota Vikings138490310.84634756103
2015Minnesota Vikings135272013.84043159.6131


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2019Minnesota Vikings1556112.2270360100
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2017Minnesota Vikings148131.690112.5000
2016Minnesota Vikings133103.3120133.3000
2015Minnesota Vikings133134.3100133.3000


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2019Minnesota Vikings15100000000000039.6
2018Minnesota Vikings15
2017Minnesota Vikings14
2016Minnesota Vikings13
2015Minnesota Vikings13

Kick Return

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2018Minnesota Vikings15
2017Minnesota Vikings14
2016Minnesota Vikings13
2015Minnesota Vikings13122222201000

Punt Return

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2020Buffalo Bills16
2019Minnesota Vikings15
2018Minnesota Vikings15
2017Minnesota Vikings14
2016Minnesota Vikings136457.51900010
2015Minnesota Vikings13


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2020Buffalo Bills160
2019Minnesota Vikings15430
2018Minnesota Vikings150001
2017Minnesota Vikings140
2016Minnesota Vikings130
2015Minnesota Vikings130


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2020Buffalo Bills16110000
2019Minnesota Vikings15220000
2018Minnesota Vikings15110000
2017Minnesota Vikings14220000
2016Minnesota Vikings13110000
2015Minnesota Vikings13220000


He is 83 kg