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Bryant Mcfadden Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, CBS Sports

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Bryant McFadden Biography

Bryant McFadden is an eminent American former football cornerback. McFadden was first drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers during the 2005 NFL draft in the second round with an overall 62 pick. He received two Super Bowl rings during his time with the Super Bowl XL, Steelers, and Super Bowl XLIII. He currently serves at CBS Sports as a football analyst.

Bryant McFadden Age

Bryant was born in Hollywood, Florida, in the United States of America, on November 21, 1981. He is 42 years old.

Bryant McFadden Height

McFadden stands at a moderate height of 6 feet 0 inches (Approximately 1.83 m).

Bryant McFadden Education

He attended McArthur High School in Hollywood and received his high school diploma. Mcfadden was ranked the top cornerback by most recruiting services. He later enrolled at the University of Florida State and pursued a bachelor’s degree in computer graphics, with a minor in studio art. Bryant also played college football graduating with 107 tackles.

Bryant McFadden Family

He was born to his caring father and mother in Hollywood, Florida, in the United States. McFadden has a sibling called Walter McFadden.

Bryant McFadden Wife

He got married to his gorgeous wife Sherry McFadden on June 26, 2010. The couple began dating in 2001 before their engagement in 2009.

Bryant McFadden Salary

Bryant’s average salary is $77,560 per year. This is according to CBS Sports anchors’ and reporters’ salaries.

Bryant McFadden’s Net Worth

McFadden has an estimated net worth of $2.5 Million.

Bryant Mcfadden Career

He currently serves at CBS Sports, an all-digital sports network based out of Chicago as a football analyst. Bryant served for the 2015 Southern Heritage Classic on Fox Sports South as a game analyst. Mcfadden is also a regular guest host on radio shows including Sirius and XM and ESPN Radio.

Before joining 120 Sports, he served at WEAE-FM as a host of a weekly radio show from 2011 to 2012. In addition, before his retirement, Mcfadded hosted his own 30-minute weekly TV show for three seasons on WPMY, “The Hometowne Sports B-Mac Corner”.

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