Coy Wire Biography
Coy Michael Wire works as a sports anchor and correspondent for CNN he began working here in 2015. Also, he was a safety and a linebacker who played college football for Stanford. He played for the Buffalo Bills from 2002 to 2007, also he played for the Atlanta Falcons, from 2008 to 2010.
Coy Wire Age
Coy Wire was born in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania, United States on November 7, 1978. He is 43 years old.
Coy Wire Height
Coy stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 0 in/1.83 m tall.
Coy Wire Parents
Coy’s parents are Rick and Jane who works as a software analyst. He was raised together with Casey his brother and Tiffany his sister.
Coy Wire Wife
Coy is a married man to Claire Wire who owns a renovation company and a home design. Together they have a daughter Wrenn in May 2018. Together they live in Atlanta, Georgia.
Coy Wire Education
Coy started up his schooling at Rice Elementary found in the South Middleton School District, then he went to Highland Elementary School, then Middle School moved on to Cedar Cliff High School, all found in the West Shore School District and he graduated in 1997 additionally, he completed his university course at Stanford University.
Coy Wire Salary
Coy annually earns a salary of $145,673. This is according to CNN reporters/anchors salaries.
Coy Wire Net Worth
Coy has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Coy Wire Career
Coy Michael Wire works as a sports anchor and correspondent for CNN he began working here in 2015. Also, he was a safety and a linebacker who played college football for Stanford. He played for the Buffalo Bills from 2002 to 2007, also he played for the Atlanta Falcons, from 2008 to 2010. He began working at CNN as an online sports writer and CNN Sports analyst, then he worked on a broad range of sports stories with CNN Digital as well as CNN’s International World Sport program.
Into the bargain, he was drafted into the NFL by the Buffalo Bills, after his graduation, Also, he worked for nine years as the Bills and the Atlanta Falcons team captain. He also works at HLN with Robin Meade and Weekend Express with Lynn Smith as a co-host.