Jimmy Garoppolo's net worth playing for the San Francisco 49ers has increased after signing a deal worth $137.6 million in February 2018. But how much does he earn from endorsement deals?

Jimmy Garoppolo plays starting quarterback for the 49ers this season. He was traded in 2017 by the Patriots. The move shocked many as he was perceived as Tom Brady’s heir apparent. He steered the 49ers to a 5-0 win-loss record when he started his first 5 games, enough for the 49ers to lock him in a $137.5 million deal for 5 years, Forbes reported. 

Aside from his salary, which puts him in the Brady level, he also gets additional income, in the league of $200,000, from partnerships with New Era, Bose and Nike. The 28-year-old QB is still at the peak of his career and if he remains healthy, his bank account will continue to rake in more deals, endorsements and contracts.

With his deal last year, making him the highest-paid NFL player at that time, Jimmy bought her mom a car. But when it comes to owning one, the QB does have some limitations on what type of vehicles he can buy, ABC News reported.

He is not allowed to buy any offroad car and motorcycles. Plus, he is barred from participating in high-risk activities such as wrestling, skiing, skydiving, scuba diving, bungee jumping, rock climbing and surfing, per The Golf Digest. The 49ers are making him the highest paid player in the league, it is only their right to protect their investment. 

In a report by SFGate, it seems that Garappolo might have a penchant for high-end cars. Jimmy owns a Maserati Quattroporte and a Mercedes Benz plus a convertible Chevy Camaro. All of these he bought when he was still with the Patriots. The Maserati Quattroporte is currently priced anywhere between $181,060 to $346,830, while the convertible Chevy Camaro carries a price tag of $51,990.

Hot Cars reported that when it comes to car fleets, the throne still belongs to Tom Brady. However, other NFL players are catching up. Brady owns an Audi R8, Aston Martin DB11, Rolls Royce Ghost, Bugatti Veyron, hybrid Cadillac Escalade and a Jeep Grand Cherokee. On the other hand, NFL player collections that are still worth mentioning are Joe Haden’s Lamborghini Aventador, Julio Jones’s Ferrari 458 Spider, Vernon Davis’s Bentley Continental, Cam Newton’s 1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass, Ben Roethlisberger’s Ferrari 488 GTB and Jamaal Charles’s Lamborghini Gallardo, to name a few. 

Jimmy Garoppolo San Francisco 49ers Jimmy Garoppolo #10 of the San Francisco 49ers in action against the Detroit Lions at Levi's Stadium on September 16, 2018 in Santa Clara, California. Photo: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images