Santonio Holmes is an American professional football player with an estimated net worth of $18 million. Santonio Holmes played for Glades Central High School as a letterman in basketball, football and track. During his senior year with all the team, he’d a 12-1 record. In school, he was with the Ohio State Buckeyes football team. While with the Buckeyes, he caught 245 passes for 2,295, 25 touchdowns and gained 3,123 all-purpose yards. Holmes was selected as the initial round, 25th overall pick by the Pittsburgh Steelers during the 2006 NFL Draft. Holmes was named rookie of the year by the team in 2006. Apart from winning the Super Bowl XLIII against Arizona Cardinals on February 1, 2009, Holmes received the Super Bowl MVP award. The Steelers traded Holmes to New York Jets in 2010. Ahead of the trading procedure was completed, Holmes was associated with a fight occurred in an Orlando club. Holmes was discharged by the Jets in March 2014 and moved to Chicago Bears on August 16, 2014.