Doug Flutie

by John Max 21 Feb,2016
Doug Flutie
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Personal Info
  • Birth Name Douglas Richard Flutie
  • Birth Place Manchester, Maryland
  • Famous Name Doug Flutie
  • Father Richard Flutie
  • Mother Joan Flutie
  • Net Worth $10 Million
  • Nationality American
  • Ethnicity White
  • Currently Married Yes
  • Married to Laurie Fortier (m. 1985)
  • Divorce N/A
  • Children N/A

Doug Flutie is a former American football player who played as a quarterback for various NFL, CFL and USFL teams. He started his professional career with New Jersey Generals and went on to play for Chicago Bears, New England Patriots, etc.

Besides, Flutie has also won the Heisman Trophy with Boston College in 1984. The same years, he won different other awards like Maxwell Award, Walter Camp Award, UPI Player of the Year, etc. Flutie has an estimated net worth of $10 million at current.

How Much Is Dougie Flutie Net Worth In 2020? Know His Salary  

The 57 years old former NLF professional, Dougie Flutie has an estimated net worth of $10 million in 2020, including all of his properties and earnings. He used to have an annual average salary of $7.5 million from his club while he was in New Jersey. Maximum of his net worth is built through her professional NFL career. His total NFL career earning is $21,765,000.

Upon retirement, he served as a football analyst for ESPN, ABC, and NBC Sports. Currently, he is working for Notre Dame Football on NBC as a color commentator. According to the source, sports broadcasters earn an average yearly salary of $39,589. Wages typically start from $28,642 and go up to $97,059.

He is one of the sensational names in the world of football. He has a pleasant personality. However, he is 53 years old but he manages to look handsome and young boy attending the regular gym and having a balanced diet. He has a perfect height of 5 feet and 10 inches. His build-up weight is 81.6 kg. He bags a fortune amount of salary. His total salary boosted his net worth. Info about his life and bio can be taken from Wiki.

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Is Doug Flutie Married? Know His Personal Life, Spouse, and Other Facts

Doug Flutie is a married man. He tied his knots with his loving partner, Laurie Fortier in 1985, among his close friends and family. Over the last 30 years, they were living happily with each other.  The couple together two children, a son and a daughter named Doug Fluite Jr. and Alexa Flutie respectively.

The Flutie Family
The Flutie Family

There is no any issue and rumors of divorce between the blessed couples. He has never cheated his wife and not engages in an extramarital affair. He does not have any girlfriend.

He is a man of fortune, he enjoying his free time by spending with his family. He also served in the Eastern Bank and spokesman for Natrick/Framingham’s. He has a fair image and never been part of any controversy or rumors.  He is very straight and not a homosexual.

Early Life of Doug Flutie

Doug Flutie was born as Douglas Richard Flutie on  23 October 1968, in Manchester, Maryland, the United States. He was born to American parents, Joan Flutie and Richard Flutie.

He is an American by his nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. His birth sign is Scorpio. He also has two siblings named Darren Flutie, Bill Flutie, and Denise Flutie. He went to Natick High School and joined Boston College.

Doug Flutie's Professional Career 

On October 14, 1986, Flutie was originally drafted by the Los Angeles Rams, had his rights traded to the Chicago Bears in exchange for draft picks. Flutie later made his debut on the 1986 Chicago Bears, appearing in 4 games. He was further traded to the New England Patriots at the start of the 1987 NFL season.

He then played in the Canadian Football League for 8 years and is considered one of the greatest quarterbacks ever to play Canadian football. He was Drew Brees's backup in 2002.

After leaving CFL, he joined New England Patriots and made his comeback in the NFL. He became the backup behind Tom Brady and played several matches. Flutie announced his decision to "hang up his helmet" at the age of 43 and retire on May 15, 2006.

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