A retired American football cornerback and a Harvard Business School graduate, Domonique Foxworth played in the National Football League (NFL) as well as were the President of the NFL Players Association. He played college basketball for the University of Maryland and was later drafted in the 3rd round of the 2005 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. Now, he is the host of The Morning Roast on ESPN Radio alongside Clinton Yates and Mina Kimes as well as a writer with The Undefeated. Besides, he also makes guest appearances at various ESPN shows.
Born on March 27, 1983, Foxworth played 2008 seasons for the Atlanta Falcons and for Baltimore Ravens from 2009 to 2011. Following his retirement from football, Foxworth enrolled and graduated from Harvard Business School.
The veteran NFL player, Domonique Foxworth has an estimated net worth of around $10 million, as of 2022.
During his time as NBPA COO, he was paid $264,255, including $196,635 in salary in 2015. He struggled to earn in his early days. However, he received a $28 million, 4-year contract from the Baltimore Ravens with $16.5 million in guaranteed money. His yearly earnings at that time were reported to be $7 million.
Additionally, as the host of The Morning Roast on ESPN Radio and as a writer with The Undefeated, he earns a decent sum as salary. Besides, he also makes guest appearances at various ESPN shows.
Back in 2014, Foxworth and his wife Ashley bought an 8,622-sq-ft house on Dexter Street NW for $4 million and change. The house consists of seven bathrooms to match seven bedrooms. Summing up, his spouse is also listed as the buyer in the $4,005,000 sale from Dianna Goldberg.
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Domonique Foxworth, 38, is a married man. He exchanged the wedding vows with his long-term girlfriend Ashley in 2010.
The couple wanted to keep everything uncomplicated and simple for their celebration so, they chose the University of Maryland campus chapel and Alumni Building for the merriment, which was attended by their family members and their close friends.
Foxworth and his wife Ashley are blessed with a baby girl. The pair is living a blissful married life without any news and rumors related to extra-marital affairs, conflict, and divorce.
The couple prefers to maintain their personal life on a low profile. Foxworth has set his Instagram account private.
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A native of Oxford, England, Domonique Foxworth was born on the 27th of March 1983. His birth sign is Aries. Talking about his nationality, Foxworth is British and belongs to the African ethnicity. At his Kindergarten-aged, he relocated to Maryland along with his family.
Foxworth enrolled at Western Tech where he began playing football. During that time, he was named the Baltimore Sun’s first-team All-Metro as well as the All-Baltimore Country.
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Upon his graduation, Foxworth attended the University of Maryland and subsequently signed to Terrapins in early 2001. He earned the All-Atlantic Coast Conference honor twice while playing for Terrapins.
Foxworth started off his National Football League career after being picked 97th overall pick in the 2005 NFL Draft by the Denver Broncos. Later two years, he was traded to Atlanta Falcons for a conditional 7th-round-pick in the 2009 NFL Draft in September 2008.
In 2009, he was signed by the Baltimore Ravens, agreeing on a 4-year deal for a $28 million contract. On the very first day of training camp for the 2010 seasons, he suffered from a serious ACL injury, which led him to miss the whole season.
Following his retirement in May 2012, Foxworth enrolled in Harvard Business School.
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Foxworth has also held various positions with the NFL Players Association. In the year 2007, he was elected as an NFLPA player representative by the Broncos. The following year he became the vice president of the NELPA Executive Committee.
In 2012, he was named the president of the NFLPA. In March 2014, his position was succeeded by Eric Winston.
On 29th October 2014, Foxworth was appointed as Chief Operating Officer of the NBPA.
As of now, Foxworth serves as the Writer with The Undefeated. He also hosts the “The Morning Roast” on ESPN Radio with Mina Kimes and Clinton Yates. Apart, he is also a regular guest on “The Mike O’Meara Show” and other ESPN Radio talk shows including “The Dan Le Batard with Stugolz”, “First Take”, “Mike & Mike” and “The Bill Barnwell Show podcast”.
Foxworth has also served with the “Boys & Girls Clubs of America”, captivating the foremost role in the planning and fundraising for the “Darrent William Memorial Teen Center”. The organization is a social and academic retreat for teens, named in honor of murdered Broncos player Darrent Williams.
Summing up, he has also established “Baltimore BORN Inc”, which motto is to provide lower-income high school lads with resources and networking opportunities.
In 2010, Foxworth was awarded the first annual Tim Wheatley Award for his community service work by the Baltimore Sun Media Group.
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