Zach Pascal, who was born on December 18, 1994, is currently playing wide receiver for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.
Zach Pascal is currently employed by the Philadelphia Eagles (NFL). Old Dominion University was the school he attended for college and played football for.
Pascal received his secondary education and played football at Dr Henry A. Wise Jr. High School, which was also the school that he attended.
Pascal’s senior year of high school was the year in which he gained a place on the all-county first team as well as on the all-state third team.
Pascal attended Old Dominion University as a student from 2014 through 2016, during which time he also took part in the school’s collegiate football program.
He was a crucial cog in the wheel that propelled Old Dominion University all the way to the Bahamas Bowl in 2016, the school’s first-ever berth in a bowl game.
During the victory over Eastern Michigan, he rushed for 78 yards and scored a touchdown at some point during the game. His performance helped the team win.
After the 2017 National Football League Draft, Pascal signed a contract to become an undrafted free agent with the Washington Redskins and later joined the team as a member.
The Redskins terminated his contract on September 2, 2017, thus freeing him from further obligations. Pascal was claimed by the Indianapolis Colts off of waivers on June 15, 2018,
and the team immediately signed him to their roster. On September 30, he recorded his first touchdown in the National Football League during a game against the Houston Texans.
The pass that scored a touchdown for him came from Andrew Luck. The game will continue with extra time. On March 21, 2022, Pascal became a member of the Philadelphia Eagles after signing a contract to play with the team for the upcoming season.
How Much Does Zach Pascal Make?
Pascal’s total compensation for the year 2022 will consist of a base salary of $1,035,000, a signing bonus of $465,000, a cap hit of $1,500,000, and a dead cap value of $1,500,000. He will also carry a cap responsibility of $1,500,000.