Presumably after eight years of seven figure salaries, he has a nice nest egg built up. Like I said, I don't see him leaving anytime soon. But unless I badly misread him, he doesn't have to work anymore to be financially comfortable.
Given that 10%(estimate) goes to his agent and by the time you factor in state and federal income tax, then project that over his expected lifetime, he isn't as rich as most people think. Granted, he won't be first in line at St. Vincent de Paul for lunch and he will have a better lifestyle than most who post here, but he isn't rock star rich.