Kirk American football quarterback Daniel Cousins, born August 19, 1988 plays for the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL (NFL). As a backup to fellow first-year player Robert Griffin III, he was picked by the Washington Redskins (formerly the Washington Nationals) in the fourth round of the 2012 NFL Draft after playing college football at Michigan State.

Throughout his first three years, Cousins was primarily used as a reserve, but once Griffin went down with an injury in 2015, he was thrust into the starting lineup and remained there until 2017. While playing for the Redskins, Cousins established multiple records and was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2017.

Cousins signed a fully guaranteed three-year US$84 million contract with the Vikings as a free agent in 2018, following two years of signing franchise tags and failing to reach an agreement with the organization on a long-term deal.

He has the eighth-best regular-season career passer rating in NFL history and is sixth all-time in completion % among quarterbacks with at least 1,500 passing attempts Kirk Cousins Net Worth is estimated to be around $75 Million

Net Worth: $75 Million
Name: Kirk Cousins
Salary: $6 Million +
Monthly Income: $0.5 Million +
Date of Birth: August 19, 1988
Age: 34 Yrs
Gender: Male
Height: 1.91 cm. (5’ 3”).
Weight: 93 kg or 205 lbs
Profession: American football quarterback
Nationality: American

Early life

Kirk Cousins is the second-oldest of his parents Don and Maryann’s three children. Originally from Barrington, Illinois On August 19, 1988,[3] Cousins enrolled at Holland Christian High School in Holland, Michigan, where he became a star on the football, baseball (as a third baseman and a pitcher), and basketball teams for the school’s Maroons.

While trying to make an impact on college recruiters after breaking his ankle as a junior, he was required to attend camps.  In his high school football career, Cousins threw for 3,204 yards, 40 touchdowns, and 18 interceptions.

Until Mark Dantonio was hired as Michigan State’s head coach in 2007, Cousins was expected to go with either Toledo or Western Michigan after graduating from high school.

Dantonio was unable to sign his top choices for quarterback, so he offered a scholarship to Cousins, who accepted. His involvement with the Athletes in Action sports ministry was equally noteworthy.


College career

For the 2007 season, Cousins opted to sit out. In 2008,  he spent the year as Brian Hoyer’s backup quarterback. He threw for 310 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception in five games.

Starting quarterback versus colleague Keith Nichol in 2009, he came out on top. Michigan State was 6-7 (4-4) in his 12 games as the starting quarterback due in large part to his 19 passing touchdowns and 9 picks for a total of 2,680 passing yards. He steered Michigan State to an 11-2 (7-1) record and a tie for the Big Ten title in 2010.

The 2011 season was the inaugural year for the Big Ten Conference Championship Game, which the Spartans participated in with a record of 11-3 (7-2).

On January 2, 2012, Cousins played in his final game as a Michigan State Spartan, a victory over the Georgia Bulldogs in the Outback Bowl.

He was named to the coaches’ second team for the Big Ten. His teams were perfect versus their in-state rivals, the Michigan Wolverines, going a perfect 4-0.

In2011, Cousins took home the Senior CLASS Award from Lowe’s. Both of the cousins decided to study kinesiology in college.


Personal life

The Evangelical Christian faith is one in which Cousins actively participates. On June 28, 2014, he wed Julie Hampton in Atlanta, Georgia. Cousins and his wife have raised two boys, Cooper and Turner.

Themedia dubbed Cousins “Captain Kirk” during his tenure with the Redskins because of his authoritative demeanor, in reference to the Star Trek figure.

In addition, he has been featured in multiple advertisements for Easterns Automotive, a used automobile dealership in Washington, DC, alongside his former Washington teammates Josh Norman and Ryan Kerrigan.

Cousins was twice placed on the NFL’s Reserve/COVID-19 list in 2021 because of his decision to forego the COVID-19 vaccination, making him one of the league’s most visible players in this regard.

That meant that Cousins had to sit out four preseason 2021 training camp sessions. The Holland Hospital in West Michigan severed ties with him after his remarks.

Despite this, Cousins said he will take every precaution, including using a plexiglass at the team facilities, to avoid testing positive for COVID-19.

The 17th week of the season, Cousins reported feeling sick and later tested positive, so he couldn’t play against the Packers.

Cousins is related to Milwaukee Brewers’ pitcher Jake Cousins.

He also gave money to the “Fill the Stadium” campaign for Compassion International.


Kirk Cousins Net Worth

Kirk Daniel Cousins, is an American football quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings of the National Football League (NFL). Who has a total net worth of $75 Million as of 2023. According to Forbes.

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