Zachary J. Collaros is an American professional Canadian football quarterback know all about him in this article as like Zach Collaros Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Contract, Salary and Children
Zach Collaros Biography
|Birthdate||27 August 1988|
|Age (as of 2021)||33 years|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (183 cm)|
|Place of Birth||Steubenville, Ohio, United States|
|Parents||Name not known|
|Education||Steubenville (Ohio) High School|
|Profession||American football quarterback|
|Last Update||December 2021|
Zachary J. Collaros is an American professional Canadian football quarterback for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers of the Canadian Football League (CFL). Collaros won the 107th Grey Cup as the starting quarterback with the Blue Bombers when they defeated the Hamilton Tiger-Cats 33-12. He had previously won the Grey Cup as the backup quarterback with the Toronto Argonauts in the 100th Grey Cup.
Zach Collaros Family
Zach Collaros was Born on 27 August 1988 in Steubenville, Ohio.Collaros graduated from Steubenville (Ohio) High School in 2007, after leading the Big Red to Division III state titles in the 2005 & 2006 seasons, ending with an undefeated 30-0 record as a starter.Collaros has not reveal any thing about his parents.
Zach Collaros Wife
Zach Collaros is married to his longtime girlfriend, Nicole. Reportedly, they had tied the knot in February 2019.Currently, Zach and his wife are residing in Aurora, Ontario.The couple have a daughter together named Sierra Callia Collaros.
Zach Collaros Net Worth
Zach Collaros is an American professional Canadian football quarterback for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers has an estimated Net Worth around $4 Million in 2022.
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$4 Million|
|Income Source||American football quarterback|
|Income / Salary||$115,000|
Zach Collaros Contract and Salary
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers and quarterback Zach Collaros have agreed to a restructured contract for the 2021 season.After leading the Bombers to a Grey Cup championship in 2019, Collaros signed a two-year pact.He was originally set to earn $440,000 in hard money last year, but collected only his $225,000 signing bonus due to the 2020 season being cancelled. Collaros was initially scheduled to earn $450,000 in 2021 with an additional $50,000 available in playtime bonuses.Collaros earned $310,000 in hard money last season — $115,000 in base salary and $20,000 in housing combined with a $175,000 signing bonus.
Collaros was Cincinnati’s starting quarterback for the 2010 season. He led the Big East in passing yards with 2,902 and touchdowns with 26. He was selected as the 2010 First-Team All-Big East quarterback.Collaros was again named the starting quarterback for the 2011 season, his second full year as the starter.
Collaros signed a contract to play for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League in June 2012.He played in 1 game during the 2012 CFL season, completing 7 of 11 passes for 101 yards and 1 touchdown. In the first preseason game of the 2013 CFL season he completed 9 of 12 passes for 95 yards and 1 touchdown. On July 30, he had his first CFL start in place of the injured Ricky Ray, as the Argonauts defeated the B.C. Lions at the Rogers Centre. He threw for 3 touchdowns and completed 21 of 25 passes for 253 yards.
On January 30, 2014, Collaros announced his intention to sign with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. He signed a contract later that day to keep him in Hamilton through the 2016 season.In his first season with the Tiger-Cats Collaros started in 13 of the 18 regular season games and helped lead the Tiger-Cats to a 9–9 record and took them all the way to the 102nd Grey Cup game; in which they were defeated by the Calgary Stampeders for the second consecutive season. Collaros came into form in the 2015 CFL season leading the Tiger-Cats to a record of 8–3 to start the season.
On January 3, 2018, Collaros was traded to the Saskatchewan Roughriders for a 2nd round pick in the 2018 CFL Draft.On January 19, 2018 Collaros agreed to a restructured contract with the Riders.Prior to the restructured deal Collaros was set to make $500,000 in 2018, plus a $200,000 roster bonus due February 1, 2018. Collaros suffered a concussion in the team’s Week 2 loss to the Ottawa Redblacks.In the following week Collaros was placed on the six-game injured reserve.Collaros played in 14 regular season games during the 2018 regular season, leading the Riders to a 12-6 record and a home playoff game.
On July 31, 2019, Collaros was traded to the Toronto Argonauts in exchange for a conditional fourth round pick in the 2020 CFL Draft. The pick can be upgraded to as high as a second-round pick in this year’s draft if Collaros meets playing time targets and extension clauses.In early September 2019, Collaros was still unable to participate in practice because of the concussion he suffered in Week 1.However, by the end of the month he was throwing the ball in practice.
Collaros was traded to the Winnipeg Blue Bombers, on the CFL’s 2019 trade deadline day, Oct 9, 2019, along with an exchange of draft picks in the 2020 CFL Draft.The Bombers had lost starting quarterback Matt Nichols to a season ending injury earlier in the season and the Bombers had lost four of their last five games with Chris Streveler under centre.Prior to the last game of the regular season, Collaros started taking first-team reps in practice for the Bombers,and was announced as the starting quarterback on October 24, 2019, taking over for an injured Streveler.On January 27, 2020 Collaros and the Bombers agreed to a two-year contract extension, preventing him from becoming a free agent on February 11.