What is Retired American Football Player, Actor, and Sports Commentator Michael Irvin Net Worth? Ended his Career due to a Spinal Cord Injury
World-renowned former American footballer, Michael Irvin is the big name in the sports world. In his active years, he had played for the Dallas Cowboys for 11 seasons his entire career. He had worked as a broadcaster for ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown after retirement. Currently, he is working as an analyst for NFL Network.
What is former American Football Player Net Worth? Explore his salary also
Former American football player and actor, Michael Irvin has an estimated net worth of $15 million as of 2019. During his active days, his main source of income was a professional career. He had spent entire career playing for Dallas Cowboys. His earning from his team is around $1.875 million.
After that, he signed another contract with Dallas Cowboys worth around $12 million on March 6th, 1995. We re sure that, he has earned a handsome sum of money as his salary from his contract though. Similarly, he added more worth to his net worth by starring in various movies and TV series.
He has earned a decent amount of salary and worth after working in movies and TV series. Previously, he has earned a decent sum of money working as a sports commentator for ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown. Currently, he is earning a decent amount of salary working as an analyst.
At NFL Network an Analyst makes an average of $75,637, ranging from $66,485 at the 25th percentile to $83,602 at the 75th percentile, with top earners receiving over $92,680 according to the source. Similarly, he has earned more salary from compensation is derived from fewer than 20 profiles, including base salary, bonus, and equity. Currently, he is living a luxurious lifestyle from his earning.
Retired from American football due to a Spinal Cord Injury
Between 1997 and 1998 while he was Recovered from his collar bone injury. Unfortunately, he injured after tackled by defensive back Tim Hauck, Philadelphia Eagles. His head collided into the turf. He was carted off the field on a stretcher and play proved to be his last.
After that, the game he got the unpleasant news that he has sustained a non-life-threatening cervical spinal cord injury. He had gone through different diagnosed and finally discovered a narrow spinal column (cervical spinal stenosis), which forced him into early retirement. His last game and announced his official retirement from his professional career.
In the year 2007, he dragged into controversy, when he alleged of accused of sexual assault. After that, the police arrested him because of drug cases. He possession, drug charges as well. He suspended from the Sunday and Monday night Countdown shows on December 1, 2005. Again he was arrested by police for drug charges on December 5, 2005.
His Movies and TV shows
He also made his appearance as a co-star in the remake of The Longest Yard, starring Adam Sandler and Chris Rock in 2005. After that, he made guest-starred in Sandler’s film Jack & Jill released on November 11, 2011. On Spike TV he hosted the 4th and Long, a football-themed reality series.
Also, he provided training to the winner at the Dallas Cowboys’ training camp. In the year 2017, he appeared in the supporting role as a sleazy sports agent in basketball drama Slamma Jamma.