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Jennings made his NFL debut on the second day of the 2020 draft after the Patriots selected him with the 87th overall pick in the third round.

Though Jennings has only played in the league for two seasons and has experienced some ups and downs along the road, his experience at the professional level is rather limited.

Jennings has played lots of competitive football before moving to New England in 2020, even though he only has a total of 14 games and 20 tackles on his career resume thus far.

Anfernee Jennings
Anfernee Jennings

During his five-year collegiate career at Alabama, Jennings played in a total of 54 games, three of which he started as an outside linebacker for the squad.

He published some astounding numbers during this time: In addition to his 118.5 total quarterback pressures, Jennings recorded 15.5 sacks, two pass interceptions, three forced fumbles, and two recovered fumbles.

In addition, he added a touchdown by returning one of his recovered fumbles, and in 2019 he was named to the first team of the SEC.

After being selected by the Patriots, Jennings agreed to a typical four-year rookie deal, which is now in its third season and has a cap value of $1.23 million.

He will be paid a salary of $1.01 million and get a prorated $225,795 signing bonus that is fully guaranteed. His salary and signing bonus are now recorded against New England’s books because he has one of the 51 highest cap hits on the squad.

How Much Does Anfernee Jennings Make?

Anfernee Jennings gets paid an average of $1,149,218 per year. Jennings will have a base salary of $1,007,400 and a cap hit of $1,233,194 in 2022.