Facts of Brad Culpepper Networth
|Full Name||John Broward Culpepper|
|Birth Name||John Broward Culpepper|
|Profession||Former Professional Football Player, Lawyer|
|Birth City||Tallahassee, Florida|
|Father Name||Bruce Culpepper|
|No Of Children||3|
|Education||University of Florida|
|Date of Birth||May 8,1969|
How Much Is The Former American Professional Football Player Bard Culpepper Net Worth?
Bard Culpepper is an American former professional football player who was a defensive tackle who played for the Florida Gators, Minnesota Vikings, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Chicago Bears.
During his professional football career, he played a total of 131 games; started 83 of them. Culpepper is also popular for his appearance in the 2 seasons of the U.S. reality TV show Survivor. As of 2019, Bard is estimated to own net worth of $3 million.
Bard Culpepper’s Career Highlights- Income Sources, Earnings, and Salary
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Bard Culpepper is estimated to own net worth of $3 million as of Sept 2019. He gathered most of his fortunes from his professional football career.
Bard enrolled at the University of Florida with an athletic scholarship. He played for coach Galen Hall and Steve Spurrier’s Gators teams from 1988 to 1991. During his senior season, Bard was a standout defensive tackle and team captain on the Gator’s Southeastern Conference championship team. He finished his college career with 18 quarterback sacks and 47.5 tackles for a loss.
He was a tenth round selection (246th overall pick) in the 1992 NFL Draft by the Minnesota Vikings. He played for the Minnesota Vikings from 1992 to 1993. He then joined The Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1994 to 1999.
In 2000, Bard signed a two-year contract with The Chicago Bears earning him $850,000 per season.
Since his retirement, Culpepper works as a trial lawyer for the Culpepper Kurland law firm in Tampa, Florida. He talks about the increasing size of NFL players and believes that the weight is unnatural and unsafe which leads to serious health problems.
Besides, Culpepper was one of the participants in the 24th season of the CBS reality television show Survivor: Blood vs. Water. He placed 15th in the show. Similarly, Brad joined the show for the show’s 34th season Survivor: Game Changers and was the season’s runner-up.
Endorsements, Assets, House, Cars, Tax, and Charity
As a professional player, it is normal to get sponsorship and endorsement deals. However, Bard has kept information regarding his contract deals under wraps. Unlike other players. Culpepper is not active on social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram.
The 50-year-old Brad is living a life of luxury with his wife and family. But he has kept information regarding his house locations low-key. Culpepper rarely talks about his assets and properties.
The median house price in the United States starts from $226,800 depending on the locations. Brad surely owns some million-dollar mansions.
His expenses are based on foods, accommodations, travel, gym, and cars. Besides, he is also involved in low-key charity works.
Brad Culpepper’s Personal Life- Age, Height, Weight Loss, Wife, and Children
Born John Broward Culpepper was born on 8th May 1969, in Tallahassee, Florida. He was born to father Bruce Culpepper who was a center for the Gators football teams from 1960 to 1962. He holds American nationality and has white ethnicity.
He went to Leon High School where he was a standout prep player for the Leon Lions high school football team. He then enrolled at University of Florida from where he earned his master’s degree and a law degree in 2001.
Marriage, Wife, and Children
Brad is a married man and father of three children. He met his then-future wife Monica Frakes when he was a sophomore at the University of Florida. The couple dated for a while and tied the knot in 1992.
Together, Brad and Monica share three children: Rex, Honor, and Judge. Brad’s first son Rex is a quarterback at Syracuse University.
Age, Height, and Weight
Brad is 50 years old as of 2019. He stands 6 ft 1 inch (185 cm) tall in height and weighs around 280 lbs (127 kg). Following his retirement, Brad lost almost 100 pounds (45 kg) from 280 pounds.