Brian Baldinger Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NFL
Brian Baldinger Biography
Brian Baldinger is a renowned American journalist presently working for the television show NFL Total Access for NFL Network as an analyst. He is a previous professional American football offensive lineman for the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles, as well as Indianapolis Colts in the National Football League. In addition, he covered for several years as an analyst along with Scott Graham the Philadelphia Eagles preseason games.
Brian Baldinger Age
Brian Baldinger was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the United States on January 7, 1959. He is 62 years old.
Brian Baldinger Height
Brian stands at a height of 6 ft 4 in/1.93 m tall.
Brian Baldinger Education
Brian finished his high school course at Massapequa High School. Then he attended the Naval Academy after high school, but, he later moved to Nassau Community College. There, he became an All-Coastal Conference tight end. Further, he practiced basketball.
In 1979, he moved to Duke University and changed into a guard due to his blocking ability. In addition, he was voted the team’s most improved player and began all 11 games as a senior.
Brian Baldinger Family
Brian has two smaller siblings Rich and Gary both of whom played in the National Football League. But he hasn’t mentioned details about his parents, will soon update this section.
Brian Baldinger Wife
Brian is quite secretive, and due to this he hasn’t mentioned details of his love life, it isn’t known whether he is single, dating, married, or divorced, we digging up information on this and will soon update this section.
Brian Baldinger Salary
Brian annually receives a salary of $143,670.
Brian Baldinger Net Worth
Brian’s approximated net worth is $12 million.
Brian Baldinger Career
Brian works for the television show NFL Total Access for NFL Network as an analyst and also works for a sports-talk radio show for Philadelphia’s “97.5 The Fanatic” sports station as a regular contributor. Also, he works for Sporting News Radio during football season as a co-host. Moreover, he teaches seminars for Nadia Communications. Before, he co-hosted various radio shows.
In 1995, he began his career working for Bucknell University as a color analyst. He moved to FOX News where he provided analysis for NFL Europe games in 1997. He was promoted to work for NFL games as a color commentary slot after the network was impressed with his handy repertoire of clichés and soothing voice.
In addition, he worked together with play-by-play voices Curt Menefee, Ray Bentley, Dick Stockton, Kenny Albert, Joe Buck, and Pat Summerall. It was reported that previous NFL safety John Lynch would replace Brian on Fox’s telecasts in May 2009. Brian joined Compass Media Networks shortly afterward and worked for their national radio broadcasts of select Sunday afternoon NFL games as a lead analyst.