Ray Bentley Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net worth, ESPN
Ray Bentley Biography
Ray Bentley is an American former football linebacker, speaker, broadcaster, and author. As of now, Ray serves for ESPN as a football analyst. His latest book is available now known as “On The Mountain Of The Lord”. His first three years in professional football were spent in the United States Football League with the Oakland Invaders and Michigan Panthers.
Ray Bentley Age
Ray was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan, in the United States, on November 25, 1960. He is 61 years old and on November 25, every year Ray celebrates his birthday.
Ray Bentley Height
Bentley stands at a height of 6 ft 2 inches (Approx 1.88 m).
Ray Bentley Family
Ray was born and raised by his caring father and mother in Grand Rapids, Michigan. He holds an American nationality. Presently, Ray has not disclosed any information regarding his parents or if he has siblings. Though, as soon as he reveals the details to the media we will update you on this section.
Ray Bentley Wife
Ray likes to keep details private concerning her love life, therefore, it’s not known whether he is dating, single, or married. Once the details regarding her wife are confirmed we shall update.
Ray Bentley Salary
Ray receives an annual salary of $ 81,121 per year. This is according to ESPN anchor’s/reporters’ salaries,
Ray Bentley Net Worth
Bentley has an approximate net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Ray Bentley Education
Ray Bentley Career
He was a color commentator alongside play-by-play man Bob Papa from 2003 to 2006 on NBC’s Arena Football League coverage, and since 2003, Ray Bentley has served for ESPN in that capacity. In 2007, He returned to the Buffalo Bills as a play-by-play announcer for their preseason television games. He is also an advisory member of the USFL for the revival.
Some of his books include The Threshing Floor (2019), On the Mountain of the Lord (2018), The Cyrus Mandate (2020), The Holy Land Key: Unlocking End-Times Prophecy Through the Lives of God’s People in Israel (2014), Building Godly Character (1995), the Days of Noah (2021), No More Hiccups! (1995), and Treasure for the Soul: A Three-Month Daily Devotion of God’s Pursuing Love (2017).