|Birth Name||Eric Anthony Mangini|
|Birth Place||Hartford, Connecticut|
|Famous Name||Eric Mangini|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
|Currently Working For||Fox Sports|
Eric Mangini, who also won the AFC Coach of the Year in 2006, has a net worth of $1 million. He currently earns an annual salary fo $200,00 from FOX in 2019. Eric is married to his wife Julie and has 3 children with her.
Eric Mangini was born to mother Nancy Mangini and father Carmine Mangini on January 19, 1971, in Hartford, Connecticut. His father also played football for his high school, Weaver High School, and was his inspiration to play during his childhood.
Eric's father passed away when he was 16. His father who formerly was a Navy member later worked in an electric company in Hartford. Carmine was a huge New York Giants fan who loved Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick.
He also has a brother named Kyle Mangini.
Mangini attended Wesleyan University in 1994 and graduated with a degree in political science and earned four varsity letters in football.
Eric Mangini, who currently works as an NFL analyst, reportedly earns about $200,000 from Fox Sports. He is living a comfortable life with his $1 million net worth mostly earned during his coaching career.
His salary while working as a head coach for New York Jets from 2006-08 was reported to be $2,500,000. He reportedly earned $5 million in 2 years. Moreover, his contract with Browns as a head coach was worth $7.8 million for two years with the average annual salary of $3.9 million.
Mangini was paid $645,000 as a tight end coach for 49ers while his salary earlier was about $1.2 million.
In 2008, he bought a house in Morris County's Harding Township for $4 million.
Eric Mangini started his coaching career as an Offensive assistant for Cleveland Browns in 1995. He then joined the Baltimore Ravens in 1996 and moved to New York Jets as a defensive coordinator after working for a year.
Mangini remained with Jets for 2 years and joined New England Patriots as Defensive backs coach. Two years in the same position, he was then appointed as their Defensive coordinator.
He was then hired by New York Jets as their head coach- making him the youngest coach in NFL history at the age of 35. He was fired by Jets in 2008 and then accepted the offer of head coach from Cleveland Browns in 2009.
Eric worked for the Browns for a year and was fired after a worse performance. He joined San Francisco 49ers as a Tight ends coach in 2013 and remained for a year. He also briefly served as a Defensive coordinator for San Francisco 49ers in 2015 but was released after head coach Jim Tomsula was fired and replaced by Chip Kelly.
Mangini currently serves as an analyst for Fox Sports 1. Earlier, he briefly served as an analyst for ESPN.
Eric Mangini is married to his wife Julie since June 9, 2001. The couple first met in Baltimore in 1996 and were introduced to each other by Chiefs personnel czar Scott Pioli. Some source claimed that Eric and his wife Julie are divorced now but no any confirmation has been made yet.
“Scott actually is responsible for me meeting Julie. On the relocation weekend to Baltimore ... Scott was friends with Mark (Shapiro). He was going out and he said, ‘Hey, do you want to come out? We’re going to meet my buddy’s sister and her girlfriends and, look, you can talk to any of the girls ... just don’t talk to my buddy’s sister.’ ”
His wife Julie is the sister of Indians General Manager Mark Shapiro. The couple has three sons: Jake, Luke, and Zack. Mangini’s son Luke’s middle name is William, named after Belichick.