Daniel Francis Fouts a.k.a. Dan Fouts is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) who played his entire professional career with the San Diego Chargers from 1973, through 1987.
Currently, he serves as a color analyst for NFL games on CBS television and Westwood One radio.
Dan Fouts has an estimated net worth of $10 million as of 2019. As a player, he earned a base salary of $750,000 with individual and team performance bonuses that could increase his gross to more than $1 million per season.
Currently serving as a color analyst, his salary is assumed no less than the seven-digit figure.
He gets paid a fortune amount of salary. His fans and followers strongly follow him on social networking sites. Moreover, info about his bio can be taken from Wiki.
Being at the peak, the football coach also grabbed the attention of the media for his marriage and relationship issue. Matter of fact, he has married twice.
According to the source, Dan and his first spouse, Julianne Mehl at the University of Oregon. After dating, the couple tied the knot on 16th April 1977. However, there no details of their marriage events as it was carried out privately among friends and family. What's more, the picture of his first wife has also not been obtained in any online portals the reason might be due to their extreme privacy.
His first marriage did not last long, and hence they got divorced.
After the shattered conjugality with Julianne Mehl, the football coach married Jeri Martin. No details regarding their marriage and dating events got obtained to date. Maybe Dan is conscious regarding his personal life to such extent that he never discloses any information regarding his personal matters.
Dan is still together with his second wife Jeri Martin as they have been spotted together in plenty of games and they both have been posting tweets and stuff about each other in the social networking sites.
The lovely couple is blessed by three children as a son and daughter; they are Suzzane Krueger, Shannon Fouts, and Dominic.
His professional football career one to watch out for the youngsters. He worked as an inspiration for them. He has an impressive personality. He has a perfect height of 6 feet and 3 inches and his weight is around 93 kg.
Dan Fouts was born on June 10, 1951, in San Francisco, California and is currently 67 years old. He is an American by his nationality. According to sources, his ethnicity is white and his Zodiac sign is Gemini. He was born to his parents Bob Founts.
Moving on his early life and career, he attended Marin Catholic School for his high school education, after studying two years there; he transferred himself to St. Ignatius College Preparatory (San Francisco, CA) for his final two years of his high school. After completing high school, he accepted a scholarship from the University of Oregon. While studying there he plays for the Oregon Ducks football team. He was extraordinary and set the outstanding record in his college. He was also inducted into the University of Oregon Hall of Fame in 1992.
Upon completing his college career, he turned professional and drafted in the third round in 1973. He was also elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1993. He played professionally and he has outstanding records throughout his professional career. She has earned some of the most prestigious awards and medals in his cabinet and it describes lots about his success.
In 1988 through 1993, Fouts began his career as an analyst on NFL on CBS. He worked with a variety of play-by-play announcers including James Brown, Dick Stockton, Verne Lundquist, Jim Nantz, Brad Nessler, Jack Buck, and Tim Ryan.