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    Brian Daboll’s Net Worth and Salary: How Much Money Has the Giants’ Head Coach Made?

    How much are the New York Giants paying head coach Brian Daboll, and what is his net worth? Let's take a closer look.

    As an assistant coach, Brian Daboll was incredibly successful at every level, winning five Super Bowl rings and a College Football Playoff National Championship. Now, he’s hoping to experience similar success as the New York Giants head coach.

    Daboll’s stint with the Giants has gotten off to a bumpy start, with plenty of ups and downs. However, he has an opportunity to silence his critics entering the 2024 season. How much are the Giants paying Daboll, and what is his net worth?

    Brian Daboll’s Tenure in New York

    On Jan. 28, 2022, the Giants hired Daboll to become their next head coach, replacing Joe Judge.

    Daboll was one of the hottest coaching candidates. He’s a five-time Super Bowl champion and had just won NFL Assistant Coach of the Year after helping Josh Allen emerge as a superstar as the Buffalo Bills offensive coordinator.

    The Giants hoped Daboll could work his magic with Daniel Jones, and they agreed to pay him $5 million annually, per multiple reports. The early results were promising, as Daboll helped the Giants win their first playoff game in more than 10 years in 2022, which led to him earning the NFL’s Coach of the Year award.

    However, in 2023, New York won just six games, and Jones struggled — throwing for just 909 yards, two touchdowns, and six interceptions in six games before tearing his ACL in November.

    As a result, there were rumblings that Daboll might be on the hot seat. Now nearing the end of his contract, there’s pressure on him to improve upon last season’s record and help the Giants compete for a postseason berth.

    While New York lost running back Saquon Barkley and tight end Darren Waller this offseason, they added EDGE Brian Burns, wide receiver Malik Nabers, and running back Devin Singletary, among others.

    What Is Daboll’s Salary With the Giants?

    As mentioned, the Giants are reportedly paying Daboll approximately $5 million per season. This is tied for the fourth-lowest salary among all NFL head coaches, according to Sportskeeda.

    The only coaches who earned less than Daboll last season were Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski ($3.5 million), Dallas Cowboys HC Mike McCarthy ($4 million), and the Cincinnati Bengals’ Zac Taylor ($4.5 million), per Sportskeeda.

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    For comparison, the highest-paid coaches in the NFL are Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid ($18 million), the Los Angeles Chargers’ Jim Harbaugh ($16 million), Los Angeles Rams HC Sean McVay ($14 million), and Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin ($12.5 million).

    As a first-time head coach, it makes sense that Daboll is near the bottom of the league in terms of salary. While his résumé as an assistant coach was incredible — and there aren’t many coaches who can say they have five Super Bowl rings — Daboll had never been a head coach at any level prior to taking the Giants’ job, so he was unproven.

    What Is Daboll’s Net Worth?

    Daboll’s net worth is estimated to be $9 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. While this is a great net worth by most standards, it puts him in the middle of the pack among NFL head coaches.

    At 49 years old with only two seasons as a head coach under his belt, he hasn’t been able to accumulate the kind of fortune that some of his peers have — like, say, Bill Belichick ($70 million), Reid ($50 million), or Tomlin ($30 million).

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    Still, it’s safe to say that Daboll is doing well, given his millions of dollars, five Super Bowl rings, and Coach of the Year award in his trophy case.

    The 2024 NFL season will be a big one for Daboll in terms of determining his future in New York, and all eyes will be on the Giants to see how they fare after last season’s struggles.

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