Ben Roethlisberger Net Worth 2024- Wife, Salary, Contracts

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Ben Roethlisberger (also known as “Big Ben“) is an NFL player who won the Super Bowl championship two times. He holds the record for most passing yards in consecutive regular-season games (970). His impressive career generated lots of fans, and they are interested in his net worth.

What is Ben Roethlisberger’s Net Worth?

As of now, Ben Roethlisberger’s net worth is $100 million. His yearly salary was $23 million. He became a millionaire on the fortune of his stunning NFL career.

Profession:American Football Player
Date Of Birth:2 March 1982
Place Of Birth:Lima, Ohio, United States
Full Name:Benjamin Todd Roethlisberger Sr. 
Nickname:Big Ben
Father Name: Kenneth Todd Roethlisberger
Mother Name: Ida Jane Foust
Zodiac Sign:
School:Findlay High School
College Education:Miami University
Ethnicity: White
Religion: Christian
Hair Color: Light Brown
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Shoe Size: 13
Sexual Orientation:Straight
Marital Status:Married
Wife/Girlfriend:Ashley Harlan
Children:Baylee Marie Roethlisberger, Bodie Roethlisberger, Benjamin Todd Roethlisberger
Only Team He Played For:Pittsburgh Steelers
Height:6 feet 5 inches 
Weight:109 kg
Current Age:40 Years

Height, Weight & Jersey Number

Ben Roethlisberger is 6 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 109 kg. His position was Quarterback. Being in that position, he achieved lots of success and helped his teams in winning lots of matches.

Jersey number 7 was a brand number in his career. Roethlisberger is 40 years old now. 

Ben Roethlisberger College Team and Early Life

Ben Roethlisberger was born on March 2, 1982, in Lima, Ohio. His full name is Benjamin Todd Roethlisberger Sr. 

From early of his life, he played several sports. He started his school career at Findlay High School in Ohio. In his school life, he captained his school team.

He started his college football career at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. During his study at this college, he played for the Miami RedHawks football program from 2000 to 2003. 

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In the 2000 college seasons, he earned 3,105 passing yards, 241 completions, and 25 touchdown completions. In the following season of 2002, he earned 3,238 passing yards and 271 completions. He finished the 2003 season with 343 completions, 4,486 passing yards, and 37 passing touchdowns. During the season, he became the MAC Offensive Player of the Year.

What year was Ben Roethlisberger drafted? His NFL Teams

Ben Roethlisberger total worth

Ben Roethlisberger started his professional football career in 2001 and is still playing. In his NFL career, he only played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Pittsburgh Steelers selected him 11th overall in the first round of the 2004 NFL Draft. He has been with this team until now.

As of 2024, he had played in a total of 248 games with passing attempts of 8399, passing completions of 5410, a percentage of 64.4, TD–INTs of 417–210, passing yards of 63844, and a passer rating of 93.6.

Salary Accumulation Chart:

Total Salary Earnings From Entire Career:$267 million
Average Yearly Salary:$16 million
Highest Paid Season 2018-2019:$40 million
Total Base Salary Earned From Pittsburgh Steelers:$85.6 million
Debut Season Salary:$2.8 million
Previous Year Earnings:$14 million

Gaining from the Career 

Ben Roethlisberger career earningsHe was a glorified member of the Super Bowl XL and XLIII championship teams. In 2004, he won the title of NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year. He became the NFL’s Passing Yards Leader two times. In 2004, he was named to the PFWA All-Rookie Team along with Roy Williams and Will Smith. In 2003, he became the MAC’s Most Valuable Player and Offensive Player of the Year. He won the MAC Freshman of the Year award in 2001. To show him honor, the Miami (OH) Red Hawks retired jersey number 7.

NFL Records

Ben Roethlisberger has the record for Most career 500-yard passing games. He has the record for most passing yards in a relief appearance (379). Roethlisberger is the only player with consecutive games of 6+ TD passes. He holds the most completions in a regular or post-season game (47). Ben is the only player with consecutive season games of 4+ TD passes. He has the record for the Most TD passes in a two-game span (12). 

Ben Roethlisberger’s Wife and Kids

Roethlisberger married Ashley Harlan on July 23, 2011. Ashley is a physician assistant from New Castle, Pennsylvania. They have three children. They are Bodie Roethlisberger, Baylee Marie Roethlisberger, and Benjamin Todd Roethlisberger. 

My Favorite Ben Roethlisberger’s Quotes

“Leadership is something you earn, something you’re chosen for. You can’t come in yelling, ‘I’m your leader!’ If it happens, it’s because the other guys respect you.”- Ben Roethlisberger.

“As your body deteriorates, your natural talents start to go a little bit. You have to bring in physical working out, building, taking protein and doing extra stuff.”- Ben Roethlisberger.

“I take my life and put it on the football field, and I take the football field and put it in my life.”- Ben Roethlisberger.

“I don’t ride a sport bike. If I’m riding a sport bike and trying to do tricks, and going 200 miles down the highway, that’s probably pretty stupid. But when you’re riding a Harley or a chopper, and you’re riding with a group of people and you’re not on the highway and you’re cruising, you’re relaxing.”- Ben Roethlisberger.

“I’ve always been big into snowmobiles, four-wheelers, jet skis, all kinds of those X Games kind of things.”- Ben Roethlisberger.

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  1. Ben, we want to thank you for all of the hard work and sacrifice of being a Steeler! We really love the relationship you have built with the community! We will miss #7 on the field. As a rookie, I could not believe some of the passes you made! I said, “Who is this guy?” I was hooked and will miss your raising your hands toward heaven! Thanks for bonding with us Pittsburghers!


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