Britain Covey is a wide receiver and return specialist for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League in American football. His birthday is March 18, 1997.
He played NCAA football for the University of Utah before being signed as an undrafted free agent by the Eagles in 2022.
He was twice honoured as the Utah Valley Football Player of the Year in addition to helping his team to back-to-back state titles.
He ran for 2904 yards and scored 44 touchdowns while rushing, giving him a total of 56 touchdowns through the air. He completed 4492 passes and gained 2904 yards on the ground in total.
Despite only playing in the first two games of his high school football career, Covey finished his playing days with 111 touchdowns, placing him fourth all-time in Utah.
Covey was named an All-America rookie receiver by Pro Football Focus in their publication. He missed the 2016 and 2017 seasons because he was on an LDS mission in Chile.
He participated in thirteen games in 2018, starting four of them. After accruing 221 punt return yards and 144 kick return yards, he was named a first-team all-conference returner.
Due to tearing his ACL in the Pac-12 Championship Game, he was unable to compete in the bowl games. Covey received a redshirt after taking the field in four games in the 2019 campaign.
How Much Does Britain’s Covey Make?
Covey’s total compensation in 2022 will consist of a base salary of $705,000, a signing bonus of $12,500, a cap hit of $709,166, and a dead cap value of $137,500. In addition, he will carry a cap hit of $709,166.