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Desmond Howard Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, ESPN

Desmond Howard Biography

Desmond Howard is a famous American former football wide receiver who played for 11 seasons in the National Football League (NFL).

As of now, Howard works at ESPN as a college football analyst and the color commentator on the Detroit Lions Television Network for Detroit Lions’ pre-season games. Desmond also played college football at Michigan, where He won the Heisman Trophy as a senior.

Chosen fourth overall in the 1992 NFL Draft by the Washington Redskins, Howard spent most of his career as a return specialist on special teams. He achieved his greatest professional success with the Green Bay Packers Most Valuable Player of the Super Bowl.

Desmond Howard Age

Desmond was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States, on May 15, 1970. He is 51 years old.

Desmond Howard Height

Howard stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10  inches (Approx 1.75 m).

Desmond Howard Family

Desmond was born to his loving and caring parents J.D Howard and Hattie Howard in Cleveland, Ohio, in the United States. Howard was born of African-American ethnicity and American nationality.

When he was young his father served as a die and tool plant while his mom as a daycare center. His parents separated when he was 13 years and he moves to stay with his dad because his mom was joining college.

Desmond Howard Wife

He is happily married to his adorable wife called Rebekah Howard. On May 31, 2003, The duo married and has three kids a daughter named Sydney, Dhamir, and Desmond Jr. His sons regularly appear on the previous NFL Star’s social media.

Desmond Howard  Salary

Desmond’s annual salary is $ 78,108 per year.

Desmond Howard Net Worth

Howard has an approximate net worth of $14 million.

Desmond Howard Career

Desmond earned All-Ohio and All-American honors as a tailback during his senior season at St. Joseph High School in Cleveland, Ohio, earning 10 interceptions on defense and 18 touchdowns with a record-breaking 5,392 rushing yards. He received three varsity letters each track in football and one in basketball.

Over his college career at the University of Michigan, Howard set or tied five NCAA and 12 Wolverines records. He also led the Big Ten Conference during the 1991 season in scoring 138 points on his way to winning the Maxwell Award, Heisman Trophy, and Walter Camp Award, receiving first-team All-American honors.

In the 1991 season, after He became a Heisman contender, Howard decided during the Ohio State-Michigan game that he would do “something special”  “as a little shout-out to the people back in Ohio”. John Cooper the Ohio State coach ordered his team to avoid giving him chances to score.

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