Jon Dorenbos Net Worth

What Is Jon Dorenbos Worth?

Jon Dorenbos's Net Worth is $2.5 million

At UTEP’s Pro Day exercise, in which six groups went to, Dorenbos found the middle value of 0.62 seconds in snapping the ball to the punter. One snap was planned at 0.59 seconds. A decent time in the NFL is considered between 0.70 seconds and 0.75 seconds. At that point St. Louis Rams unique groups mentor Bobby April said of his exercise, “Even on tape it’s reasonable the person is astonishing. He’s the best I’ve seen for the current year. What’s more, he may be the best in a great deal of years, perhaps among the best folks I’ve ever seen…But I’ll let you know, Dorenbos is something unique, he truly is, man.” Dorenbos was by and by met by just six groups.

2003

After school, Dorenbos was marked as a long snapper by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free specialist following the 2003 NFL Draft. He was one of just two undrafted free operators to make the group in 2003. He played in his first NFL diversion on September 7, 2003, against the New England Patriots. He played in each of the 16 amusements for the Bills in 2003. In 2004, he drove the alliance in handles at his position. He played in the initial 13 amusements of the 2004 season before harming knee tendons and being put on the harmed hold list, finishing his season. After a preparation camp in 2005, Dorenbos was deferred on September 6 amid conclusive program cuts.

2005

Dorenbos was marked by the Tennessee Titans on October 26, 2005, that day he worked out for the group. He played in the last nine amusements of the 2005 season. He was planned to end up noticeably a confined free operator in free organization in 2006, however the Titans chose not to offer him a delicate. He turned into an unlimited free operator on March 3. He was not marked for preparing camp in 2006 but rather was re-marked on October 13 by the Titans for an October 15 diversion against the Washington Redskins. He was discharged on October 25.

2006-2009

Dorenbos was marked to a two-year decrease by the Philadelphia Eagles on November 29, 2006, after Mike Bartrum endured a vocation finishing neck damage. He played in the last seven amusements of the 2006 season, including 2 postseason diversions. He made two uncommon group handles in 2006. In 2007, he played in every one of the 16 recreations for the Eagles, and on December 29, 2007, he marked a five-year contract augmentation that held him under contract through the 2012 season. He influenced six aggregate unique to group handles in 2007. In 2008, he played in every one of the 16 recreations for the second-back to back season. He made five unique group handles in 2008. Dorenbos arrived late to preparing camp in 2009 after he got shingles and couldn’t get on a plane to travel to Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania, where Eagles preparing camp was held. He played in every one of the 16 amusements in 2009 and made four uncommon group handles.

2010-2015

On January 20, 2010, Dorenbos was named to the NFC’s Pro Bowl group. On March 11, 2013, he re-marked with the Eagles. On January 16, 2015, Dorenbos was named to his second Pro Bowl group. Following the arrivals of veterans Trent Cole and Todd Herremans in the 2015 offseason, Dorenbos turned into the Eagles’ longest-tenured player.

On November 18, 2016, Dorenbos marked a three-year, $3.395 million contract expansion with the Eagles through 2019. He was put on harmed save on December 12, 2016, after surgery for a harmed wrist.

2017

On August 28, 2017, the Eagles exchanged Dorenbos to the New Orleans Saints in return for a 2019 seventh-round draft pick. On September 8, it was uncovered that Dorenbos was determined to have an aortic aneurysm, which required prompt heart surgery. He was discharged by the Saints the following day.

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Jon Dorenbos Biography

Jonathan Paul Dorenbos conceived July 21, 1980, in Humble, Texas. He is an American football long snapper who is at present a free operator. He was marked by the Buffalo Bills as an undrafted free operator in 2003. He played school football at the University of Texas at El Paso. Dorenbos has likewise played for the Tennessee Titans and Philadelphia Eagles, where he was an individual from the group for 11 seasons and played in 162 sequential recreations.

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