A football player named Jalen Wydermyer is a tight end with the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills. He stands 1.93 meters tall and weighs 116 kilograms. He was born on December 20, 2000, in Dickinson, Texas, a city in the United States. He participated in football for the school’s football squad while attending Dickinson High School.
He has 42 receptions for 875 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior. He played football for the Aggies at Texas A&M University while he was a student there. Due to the season-ending injury sustained by teammate Baylor Cupp at the end of training camp, he had a bigger impact on Texas A&M’s offense as a freshman than was previously anticipated. He hauled in 40 passes for a total of 515 yards in the 2021 season.
Prior to the start of his second year, he was selected as preseason All-SEC and added to the Mackey Award watchlist. In 2020, he was selected to the second team of the SEC. He decided to forgo his final year of eligibility so that he could participate in the 2022 NFL Draft. In terms of career receptions, receiving yards, and touchdown catches by tight ends, he currently owns the school record. In May, the Buffalo Bills selected him as an undrafted free agent
How Much Does Jalen Wydermyer Make?
Jalen Wydermyer makes an annual salary of $705,000 from the Bills.