American football quarterback, Patrick Mahomes, played through a high ankle sprain to lead the Kansas City Chiefs to the Super Bowl next weekend.
The injury is said to play a part in deciding the outcome of the Super Bowl on February 12 against Philadelphia, after he was tackled by Corey Peters and Arden Key, who fell on Mahomes lower leg.
Fans all around the world were concerned for their 27-year-old quarterback star before he impressively made a return to the game for the second half.
Despite what looked like intense pain, Mahomes secured a win and overcame the adversity he was faced with.
NFL Network's James Palmer spoke to Mirror Sport saying: “It’s going to play a part.
“The Eagles had 70 sacks this year - 15 more than any other team in football. Their defensive line is relentless, and what they can do on the edge is what I’m keeping my eye on.”
Mahomes joined the Kansas Chiefs in 2017 and has had a flourishing career since. But what is his net worth in 2023? Let’s find out…
What is Patrick Mahomes's net worth?
Texas-born Mahomes has an estimated net worth of $50 million (£41.7 million) and an annual salary of $40 million (£33.3 million).
The Chief’s quarterback lives in a beautiful mansion in the suburbs of Kansas City with an estimated worth of $2 million.
He lives there with his childhood sweetheart and now wife, Brittany Mahomes, with their little girl Sterling Skye Mahomes, who is just one-years-old, and their brand-new baby boy who is just ten weeks old, who the pair have named Bronze.
The loved-up pair got engaged at the Arrowhead Stadium on August 1 2020, and have since had a love story, fans say, that’s fit for a movie.
Mahomes’ luxury collection of cars is said to put most NFL stars to shame, which includes a Lamborghini Urus, Rolls Royce Cullinan, Ferrari 812 and a Genesis G70, amongst many others, we’re not jealous at all Patrick!
The big game will take place on February 12, and UK fans can watch the game live on either ITV1 or Sky Sports. Alternatively, you will be able to stream it on ITVX, NowTV, or you can actually subscribe to the NFL game pass.