Rae Carruth Net Worth

How much is Rae Carruth worth? $10 thousand

How did Rae Carruth earn his money and wealth?

Rae Lamar Wiggins is better known as Rae Theotis Carruth who was born in the year 1974 at Sacramento in California, U.S. He is a professional football player from America who was assigned to the post of wide receiver in the team Carolina Panthers from the NFL. However, the name Carruth comes with the tag of a murder conspiracist. In the year 2001, the player was convicted guilty as he conspired to murder a pregnant lady Cherica Adams who was carrying his child. He is currently in prison serving a sentence for the same. The player is expected to be released on 22nd October in the year 2018.

Carruth used to attend the Valley High School during his childhood which got him an athletic scholarship from the University of Colorado located in Boulder. He went on to play about four seasons for Buffaloes. Future pros named Kordell Stewart and Koy Detmer were his quarterbacks while he played at CU. Carruth was picked for the draft in the very first round of the NFL draft in 1997. He was picked by the team Carolina Panthers. Carruth went on to sign a deal worth $3.7 million with the team along with a $1.3 million bonus for signing included in the same.

While in the sophomore year, his girlfriend from Sacramento named Michelle Wright got pregnant and gave birth to their son named Raelondo. The player went on to neglect his duties until the point that Wright had to sue him for negligence as well as child support. Carruth was a respectable and great rookie player in the season 1997. He wore the uniform number 89 with about 44 passes in his name followed by 545 yards as well as four touchdowns. He was then assigned to the post of a wide receiver to a team with rookie players.

During an opening game in the year 1998, the player broke his foot on the right side which disabled him from catching any pass in the season pertaining to injury, Carruth ended his term for the year with a total of four catches in 59 yards. In 1999, he played for the initial six games with a total of 14 catches in about 200 yards.

Carruth’s career went downhill after he was determined guilty of murder conspiracy. He shot into an occupied vehicle which was to kill his unborn child. Following that, the player was sentenced to a term of 18-24 years in the prison but wasn’t given a death penalty as it wasn’t a first-degree murder.

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