ESPN.com’s Michael Rothstein published a story last Friday about Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles, highlighting the player’s steadfast approach toward long-term financial security.

Rothstein’s piece focuses on the figure of $60,000—a mark Broyles notes as his “give or take” annual expenditure target for lodging, food, entertainment and living expenses for him, his wife and newborn.

For many, it’s not exactly a “roughing it” figure. But for a professional football player on a four-year, $3.6 million contract ($1.42 million guaranteed), it’s living well within his means.

For the complete story, visit BleacherReport.com.

Similar Posts