Justin Tucker Net Worth

Written by Ivana Athletes

Facebook Instagram Twitter Tiktok - 6 min read
Net Worth $ 6,000,000
Real name Justin Paul Tucker
Source of Wealth Professional football career in the NFL
Profession NFL player
Spouse/Partner Married to Amanda Bass
Date of Birth Nov 21, 1989
Zodiac Scorpio
Age 33
Gender Male
Height 185 cm / 6 ft 0 inch
Nationality American
Siblings Sister Samantha Tucker


Justin Tucker is a highly respected and accomplished American football placekicker, currently playing for the Baltimore Ravens in the National Football League (NFL). He has earned a reputation as one of the most accurate and reliable kickers in the league's history.[1]

His college career started in Texas, and in 2012 he was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Baltimore Ravens.

Tucker's net worth is estimated at around $6 million as of 2023.

Early life and career beginnings

Tucker was born on November 21, 1989, in Houston, Texas, and grew up in a family that loved sports. Both his father and grandfather were football players during their college days.

Apart from football, Tucker played soccer at the young age of 3 or 4 until his sophomore year in high school.

He attended Westlake High School in Austin, where he played football as a receiver, safety, and placekicker at the high school team Westlake Chaparrals. Tucker also played in the 2008 U.S. Army All-American Bowl - a high school football all-star game.

College career

After high school, Tucker enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin, where he played for the Texas Longhorns football team from 2008 to 2011. He made an immediate impact in his freshman year.

During his senior year, he kicked the winning goal in a game against Texas A&M University and helped the Longhorns rank No. 25, which speaks to his accuracy and consistency.


Professional career

Tucker went undrafted in the 2012 NFL Draft, but the Baltimore Ravens signed him as a free agent. He impressed the Ravens coaching staff during training camp and beat out veteran placekicker Billy Cundiff for the starting job.

In his debut year, Tucker established himself as an accurate kicker. In a game against the Denver Broncos, he kicked the winning 47-yard field goal and placed the Ravens in the AFC championship for the second time. This move would go down in history as “Mile High Miracle.”

With his two fourth-quarter field goals, he was a key contributor to the Ravens' Super Bowl XLVII victory and his first Super Bowl ring.

🏈 Read also about the life, career, and net worth of Mark Sanchez.

The 2013 season was really fortunate for Tucker. He was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Month for November after kicking the game-winning 46-yard field goal against the Cincinnati Bengals.

In the victorious game with the Detroit Lions, Tucker set two records; he became the first kicker in NFL history to kick a field goal in the 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s, and 60s in one game and set the NFL record for the longest field goal in a domed stadium with his 61-yard field goal.

He finished the year with his first Pro Bowl selection and First-team All-Pro.

Since then, Tucker has established himself as one of the most reliable kickers in the NFL. He has made numerous game-winning field goals and has been named to the Pro Bowl six times.


In the 2021 season, the placekicker broke his previous 2013 record for the longest field goal in a domed stadium, kicking an NFL record 66-yard game-winning field goal.

In the 2022 season, Tucker became the highest-paid kicker in the NFL after signing a four-year extension $24 million contract with the Ravens.[2]

Tucker has also set numerous records during his career. In 2016, he became the first kicker in NFL history to make three field goals of 50 yards or more in a single game. He also holds the NFL record for the most field goals made in a single season without a miss (38 out of 38 in 2013).

He also holds the record for career field goal percentage with 90.5 percent.

🏈 Check out the story of another NFL player Raymond Anthony McCarron Jr., a.k.a “AJ” McCarron.


Tucker was voted the AFC Player of the Month 7 times, AFC Special Teams Player of the Week 12 times, and earned the NFL Moment of the Year in 2021.

He was a five-time First-team All-Pro and three-time Second-team All-Pro. Tucker was also selected for the National Football League 2010s All-Decade Team.[3]

Tucker has endorsed several brands, including Nike, Hello Fresh, Leesa, Dr. Pepper., Duracell, Royal Farms, and others.[4]


Personal life

Off the field, Tucker is married to his college sweetheart, Amanda Bass, whom he met at the University of Texas. They got married in 2015 and welcomed their son Easton Hayes in 2016.

Tucker is also a classically trained opera singer and has performed at several concerts and events. He majored in music, specifically recording technology. In college, he studied different types of music, including opera, country, hip-hop, and dubstep.

With his rendition of “Ave Maria,” he won at the Most Valuable Performer talent show, which features NFL players performing their talents.

He also loved freestyling and even had a makeshift recording studio in his dorm room, recording mixes with his teammate - Ravens outside linebacker Sergio Kindle.[5]


Justin Tucker is an American football placekicker currently playing for the Baltimore Ravens. He is one of the most successful and accomplished placekickers in the NFL's history.

His accuracy and reliability have earned him numerous accolades and records throughout his career. He has also amassed a considerable net worth through his football career and endorsement deals. Tucker's net worth is estimated at around $6 million.

Off the field, Tucker is a devoted family man and has pursued his passion for music. His dedication to his craft and versatility in different areas of life make him a true role model and inspiration for many aspiring football players.


  1. Justin Tucker (2023) Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Available at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Justin_Tucker (Accessed: February 27, 2023). 

  2. Mink, R. (2022) Justin Tucker's Reaction to Signing Four-Year Extension, Ravens Home. Available at: https://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/justin-tucker-signs-four-year-contract-extension (Accessed: February 27, 2023). 

  3. National Football League 2010s All-Decade team (2023) Wikipedia. Wikimedia Foundation. Available at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Football_League_2010s_All-Decade_Team (Accessed: February 27, 2023). 

  4. Database, O.S.D.B.- O.S. (no date) Justin Tucker - Baltimore Ravens, OSDB. Available at: https://www.osdbsports.com/nfl/players/justin-tucker/endorsements/20a0bad2-d530-4ff4-a2df-5c0a21a1f5db (Accessed: February 27, 2023). 

  5. Justin Tucker's Lovable Weirdness   (no date) News RSS. Available at: https://web.archive.org/web/20160304202013/http://www.baltimoreravens.com/news/article-1/Justin-Tuckers-Lovable-Weirdness-/48f2d57c-a59a-4a0e-985d-73ae03707e59 (Accessed: February 27, 2023).