Sterling Sharpe is a former American football wide receiver who played in the NFL. He played with the Green Bay Packers from 1988 to 1994 and retired due to injuries. Further, he also worked as an analyst for the NFL Network.
As an analyst, Sterling Sharpe reportedly earns around $75,637 as his yearly salary from NFL Network. Further, Sterling Sharpe has an estimated net worth of over $12 million.
As of 2019, Sterling Sharpe has an estimated net worth of over $12 million. Further, he has an average salary of $75,637 dollars annually, working as an analyst for NFL Network. As the NFL network is known to pay a hefty amount to its journalists, Sterling Sharpe further enjoys a free city cab service, bonuses, and various office facilities provided by the NFL network.
Sterling Sharpe so far has made earnings of $12 million from his entire career, grossed through his successful reporting career as a successful sportscaster. Another Formal player, coach, and current analyst James Lofton have a net worth of $5 million.
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Sterling Sharpe is possibly single as he hasn't outed any relevant information which links him to any partner. Further, information about his relationship status is. It seems that he is the kind of person who likes to keep his personal life secret. He may or may not be in a relationship as of the current time.
Sterling Sharpe is already in his fifties but neither his past or present love life has made a buzz in social media. Therefore, we can assume that he is more focused on his career than any dating affairs.
Sterling Sharpe was not only a world-class athlete but also has a very attractive individual. The former NFL star is 6 feet in height and weighs around 94 kg.
Sterling Sharpe was born on April 6, 1965, in Chicago, Illinois to parents, Pete Sharpe and Mary Alice Dixon. As per his nationality, he is American and belongs to the Afro-American ethnic group. Further, his star sign is Aries. He grew up along with his siblings, Shannon Sharpe.
Sterling Sharpe attended Glennville High School in GA where he played for his high school football team. After completing high school, Sterling Sharpe enrolled at the University of South Carolina and played for the USC team.
Sharpe was the first round seventh overall draft pick by the Green Bay Packers in 1988. In his rookie season, he started all of sixteen games and caught 55 passes. During his sophomore season, he led the league with 90 receptions. Sharpe was a tough receiver with strong hands, who was willing to go over the middle to make difficult catches in traffic.
In the 1993 season, Sharpe broke his own record, with 112 receptions and this also made him the first player to have consecutive seasons catching more than 100 passes.
However, his tenure at wide receiver was cut short by a neck injury suffered toward the end of the 1994 regular season. After his retirement, Sterling Sharpe worked as an analyst for the NFL Network.