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Mark Ingram Wiki Biography
Mark Ingram was born on 21st December 1989, in Hackensack, New Jersey USA, and is an American Football player, who plays in the position of running back representing the New Orleans Saints in the National Football League (NFL). He played college football at the University of Alabama, and won the Heisman Trophy in 2009. Ingram has been playing American Football professionally since 2011.
So just how rich is Mark Ingram? Reportedly, the net worth of Mark is as much as $12 million, as of the data presented in early 2018 by authoritative sources. American Football is the major source of Ingram’s growing fortune; the annual salary of the player is estimated to be over $4 million.
To begin with, the boy was raised in Hackensack, and educated at Grand Blanc Community High School and then Flint Southwestern Academy. In 2008, he played as a halfback for the Alabama Crimson Tide, the college football team of the University of Alabama, in the Bowl Subdivision of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). In 2009 – 2010 season, he won with the team the championship of the Southeastern Conference (SEC) which was followed by a victory in the BCS National Championship. He also received the Heisman Trophy in December 2009 for the Best Player in College Football. He was also the first player in the history of the University of Alabama to receive this award. Mark Ingram majored in Political Science, but didn’t graduate as he forwent his senior year to become a professional footballer.
Concerning his professional career, the New Orleans Saints chose Ingram as the 28th overall in the NFL 2011 Draft, actually the first running back chosen. Ingram signed a four – year contract with the Saints, with three guaranteed years and an optional year, worth $7.41 million, with a $3.89 million signing bonus, clearly establishing his net worth. On 12th August 2011, Ingram scored his first touchdown as a Saint on a 14-yard run in the pre-season contest against the San Francisco 49ers. The first season of the rookie Ingram ended with 474 rushing yards and five touchdowns. In 2014, he became the first Saints player to rush at least 100 yards in two consecutive games, and was selected to the Pro Bowl at season’s end. In 2015, Ingram re-signed a contract with the Saints for another four years for a total of $16 million.
In 2016, Ingram became the best NFC offensive player of the week, and running back of the week. The above mentioned year ended with him rushing for over 1,000 yards, with 10 touchdowns, 6 on rushes and four on receptions. In the tenth round of the season 2017, Ingram scored his personal record of three touchdowns in the victory against the Buffalo Bills, being rewarded as running back of the week. The following week he was named as the NFC offensive player of the week, and again as a running back of the week. At the end of the season he was called up for his second Pro Bowl after finishing fifth in the NFL with 1,124 yards.
Finally, in the personal life of the American Football player, he has been married to the fitness model, Chelsea since 2017, and they have a daughter.
IMDB Wikipedia $12 Million $4 Million 1.78 m 12000000 1989 1989-12-21 98 kg American Chelsea Peltin-Brown December 21 Flint Southwestern Academy Football Running Back Hackensack Malia Ingram Mark Ingram Mark Ingram Sr. Mia Ingram Miya Ingram Myla Ingram New Jersey USA Shonda Ingram University of Alabama
Mark Ingram Quick Info
|Net Worth||$12 million|
|Date Of Birth||December 21, 1989|
|Place Of Birth||Hackensack, New Jersey USA|
|Profession||Football running back|
|Education||University of Alabama, Flint Southwestern Academy|
|Parents||Mark Ingram Sr., Shonda Ingram|
|Siblings||Malia Ingram, Mia Ingram, Miya Ingram|
Mark Ingram Filmography
|Sing Yourself Silly!||1990||Video short performer: “Put Down the Duckie” 1986 – uncredited||Soundtrack|
|Sesame Street, Special||1988||TV Movie performer: “Put Down the Duckie”||Soundtrack|
|30 for 30||2015||TV Series documentary||Himself||Self|
|NFL Monday Night Football||1988-1996||TV Series||Himself – New York Giants Wide Receiver / Himself – Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver / Himself – Philadelphia Eagles Wide Receiver / …||Self|
|1995 NFC Championship Game||1996||TV Special||Himself – Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver||Self|
|ESPN’s Sunday Night Football||1994-1995||TV Series||Himself – Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver / Himself – Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver||Self|
|TNT Sunday Night Football||1990-1995||TV Series||Himself – Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver / Himself – New York Giants Wide Receiver / Himself – Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver||Self|
|The NFL on NBC||1990-1993||TV Series||Himself – New York Giants Wide Receiver / Himself – Miami Dolphins Wide Receiver||Self|
|The NFL on CBS||1989-1991||TV Series||Himself – New York Giants Wide Receiver||Self|
|Super Bowl XXV||1991||TV Special||Himself – New York Giants Wide Receiver||Self|
|1990 NFC Championship Game||1991||TV Movie||Himself – New York Giants Wide Receiver||Self|
|Sesame Street||1989||TV Series||Himself||Self|
|Sesame Street, Special||1988||TV Movie||Himself (segment “Put Down the Duckie”)||Self|
|1987 NFL Draft||1987||TV Movie||Himself – 28th Overall Pick||Self|
|Sing Yourself Silly!||1990||Video short||Himself||Archive Footage|