Tyron Smith Net Worth (2022), Salary, Contract, Bio

Tyron Smith Net Worth
Tyron Smith Net Worth

Tyron Jerrar Smith is an American football left tackle for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League (NFL). Tyron Smith Net Worth is $80 Million as per 2022. Tyron Smith agreed eight-year, $97,600,000 contract that included average annual salary of $12,200,000.He played college football at USC where he won the Morris Trophy, recognizing the best offensive and defensive linemen on the West Coast, in 2010. Smith was drafted by the Cowboys with the ninth overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft.

Tyron Smith Net Worth

Tyron Smith has an estimated Net Worth of $80 Million in 2022. He Signed eight-year, $97,600,000 contract that included average annual salary of $12,200,000. Tyron Smith earns an estimated salary of $9 Million per Year.

NameTyron Smith
Net Worth (2022)$80 Million
ProfessionAmerican football offensive tackle
Monthly Income And Salary$1 Million +
Yearly Income And Salary$8 Million
Last Updated2022

Tyron Smith Net worth Growth

Net Worth in 2022$80 Million
Net Worth in 2021$72 Million
Net Worth in 2020$63 Million
Net Worth in 2019$52 Million
Net Worth in 2018$45 Million
Net Worth in 2017$37 Million

Tyron Smith Contract and Salary

Tyron Smith agreed to terms with the Dallas Cowboys on an eight-year, $97,600,000 contract that included a $10,000,000 signing bonus, $22,118,013 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $12,200,000. Smith’s base salary in 2022 will be $13,500,000, with a cap hit of $17,505,000 and a dead cap value of $12,015,000.

Tyron Smith With Son
Tyron Smith With Son

Tyron Smith Biography

Real Name Tyron Smith
Birth Date ( Birthday) 12 December 1990 
Age as (2022)  31 years
Place of Birth Los Angeles, California, United States
Nationality American
Ethnicity Mixed
Profession American football tackle
Religion Christanity
Education Graduation
School/College Name State University
Last Update 2022

Tyron Smith Early Life

Smith played offensive and defensive line at Rancho Verde High School in Moreno Valley, California. Parade, SuperPrep, PrepStar, Scout.com, and EA Sports named him an All-American, and he received numerous other All-Region honours. In 2006, he was named to the Cal-Hi Sports All-State Underclass second team, the All-CIF Central Division first team, and the Riverside Press-Enterprise All-Riverside County second team as a junior. Smith took part in the 2008 US Army All-American Bowl. Smith was also a standout in track and field at Rancho Verde, where he threw the shot put 14.23 metres (46 feet, 7 inches) and the discus 46.62 metres (152 feet, 10 inches).

Tyron Smith Family
Tyron Smith Family

Tyron Smith Personal Life

Tyron Smith is single. Smith is engaged to be married to Leigh Costa. People are familiar with Leigh Costa as Smith’s business partner. Most people believe they are married, but they are not. They are content in their relationship and are considering marriage. Leigh has been spotted in his matches and has been a very supportive girlfriend. Tyron had a romantic relationship with Lexie Placourakis. They have a son named Jaxson Smith together and are currently co-parenting. Jaxson and Tyron have an incredible father-son relationship. Tyron can be seen spending a lot of time with his son and is very involved in his son’s life. The player appears to be content in his current relationship.

Leigh Costa Partner
Leigh Costa Partner

Tyron Smith Physical Appearance

Height (approx)In Centimetres – 196 cm
In Feet and Inches – 6′ 5″
Weight (approx)In Kilograms – 140 Kg
In Pounds – 308 lbs
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack

Tyron Smith Professional Career

Smith, a 20-year-old rookie, was named a starter at right tackle from the start of Organized Team Activities, with Doug Free taking over at left tackle. After the Cowboys released veteran offensive linemen Marc Colombo, Leonard Davis, Andre Gurode, and Montrae Holland during the preseason, his role became even more important. Smith started every game and earned praise for his performance, prompting speculation in the media about a possible move to left tackle the following season. He was chosen for the NFL All-Rookie Team.

Smith began the 2012 season as the starting left tackle, switching sides on the offensive line with Free. Smith was fined $15,000 on September 12 for a horse-collar tackle he made during the season opener against the New York Giants. The fact that the tackle came after an interception, which resulted in a goal-line stand by the Dallas defence, was less celebrated. In 2012, he started 15 games for the Cowboys.

In his third season with the Cowboys, Smith committed just one holding penalty and allowed one sack in 16 starts.He was a member of Team Rice in the 2014 Pro Bowl.

On the NFL Top 100 Players of 2014, he was ranked 78th by his teammates.2014 season – He would be the perfect prototype tackle if you went into a computer lab and tried to create it. Smith does things to guys—plays with them, humbles them—that you shouldn’t be able to do to NFL players.Smith started all 16 games in 2015, paving the way for the NFL’s fourth leading rusher (Darren McFadden), and was named to his third Pro Bowl.On the NFL Top 100 Players of 2016, he was ranked 42nd by his teammates.

Season 2016 – Despite playing through nagging injuries for much of the season, Smith helped the Cowboys to a 13-3 record and assisted rookie Ezekiel Elliott in becoming the league’s leading rusher. Smith was named first-team left tackle to the 2016 All-Pro Team for the second time in his career. He was selected to his fourth consecutive Pro Bowl and was named First-Team All-Pro, a distinction he shared with fellow Cowboy offensive linemen Travis Frederick and Zack Martin. As the highest-ranked offensive lineman, he was ranked 18th by his peers on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2017.

Smith started 13 games at left tackle in 2018, missing three due to injury, on his way to his sixth straight Pro Bowl.On the NFL Top 100 Players of 2019, he was ranked 52nd by active NFL players.2019 season – Smith, like the previous year, started 13 games at left tackle in 2019. He received a solid 76.5 from PFF and was marked with 8 penalties, but he only allowed 1 sack. This resulted in his seventh consecutive Pro Bowl selection since 2013. He was ranked 78th among the NFL’s Top 100 Players for 2020.

2020 season – Smith was bothered by a neck issue that spanned several years in 2020. Smith announced on October 9 that he would miss the remainder of the 2020 season due to neck surgery. He was later placed on the injured reserve.Smith suffered multiple ankle injuries that lasted the entire 2021 season. Smith was out for Weeks 9, 10, 11, 12, 15, and 16 due to injuries. Smith tore his hamstring during preseason practise, which is expected to sideline him for several months, if not the entire 2022

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