Detroit Lions wide receiver Ryan Broyles says he restricts himself to living on $60,000 a year.
In a feature about how he manages his finances, Broyles detailed to ESPN how he plans to secure himself financially after his NFL career is over.
Broyles said he, his wife and child live on a budget close to $60,000 a year, with the rest of his money going to investments and savings. Broyles is also frugal when it comes to spending on cars or his home.
The 27-year-old Broyles signed a four-year rookie contract in 2012 worth slightly over $3.6 million. He has an average yearly salary of over $900,000.
Broyles is in the last year of his deal with the Lions. He played only 11 games combined the last two seasons.
In his career, Broyles has 32 receptions for 420 yards and two touchdowns, both of which came in his rookie season.