Facts of Marcellus Wiley
|Full Name||Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr.|
|Last Name||Wiley Sr.|
|Birth Name||Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr.|
|Profession||Retired NFL Player, Sports Commentator|
|Birth City||Compton, California|
|Birth Country||United States|
|No Of Children||1|
|Date of Birth||November 30,1974|
Marcellus Wiley is an NFL player who has played for teams like Buffalo Bills, San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys and Jacksonville Jaguars. Like many sports players, he later started commentating on sports on various shows and has also made an appearance on some TV shows.
He is well known for co-hosting SportsNation and the radio show on ESPN’s station. His college career and subsequent career in the NFL has made him a huge celebrity in the USA.
What Is The Net Worth And Earnings Of Marcellus Wiley?
Wiley is worth $5 million as of January 2020 from a career spanning more than 2 decades. The majority of his net worth comes from his stint in the NFL as a defensive end player.
He earns $350,000 Per Year as per reports from Celebrity Net Worth. He also took home $660,000 from his time with the Dallas Cowboys. During his career, he earned a lot of money which has been listed below
|Source Of Earnings||Amount||Year|
|Contract: Jacksonville Jaguars||$16,000,000||2005|
|Contract: Dallas Cowboys||$16,000,000|
|Contract: San Diego Chargers||$40,000,000||2001|
Started Career At Columbia University
Marcellus Wiley went to Columbia University where he was an active athlete. He played both football and track and field but he later went on to focus on football.
In college, he played multiple positions for the Columbia University Lions. He starred on the football field was picked in the All-American, and All-Ivy League pick.
Wiley was drafted into 1997 into the Buffalo Bills. He established a name for himself at the team and spent 4 seasons there leaving in 2000.
After leaving the Bills, he joined the San Diego Chargers in 2001. The star player made the for the first and last Pro Bowl the same year He played with the team from 2001 to 2003, spending 3 seasons with them.
Then came his time with the Dallas Cowboys, he joined and left the team in 2004 only completing a season with them. Similarly, he spent the last 2 seasons of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Post-NFL Career: What Did He Do After Retirement?
Marcellus started hosting radio shows and working on TV shows after he retired from the NFL.
Some of the shows he has worked on are for ESPN's NFL Live, Mike and Mike in the Morning, SportsNation, Winners Bracket, Speak for Yourself, etc.
In addition to this, he also worked on-screen like “Sharknado 3: Oh Hell No!” (2015), “Ballers” (2015) and “The League”.
House Of Marcellus Wiley
The former player bought a house in Studio City, California, USA in February 2017. He bought the house for $2,645,000.
The property is spread over 5,700-square-foot which is enough for five-bedrooms, eight-bathrooms, wine cellar among other lavish features.
Marcellus Wiley was born Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr. on November 30, 1974 (45 years old as of January 2020) in Compton, California, the USA to Valerie Howard and Charles Wiley.
Wiley is of African-American ethnicity and is American by nationality.
He got married to Annemarie Wiley in 2014 & they share a son named Marcellus Wiley Jr.