Will Selva Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth NFL

Will Selva Biography

Will Selva is an illustrious American veteran sportscaster working on NFL Network as anchor and co-host of Good Morning Football. Prior to joining NFL in January 2013, he was working as an anchor for ESPN.

Will Selva Age

Will Selva was born in San Fransisco, California, in USA. However, his exact age details remain a mystery a review on this is going on and will soon fill it out.

Will Selva Height

Will stands at a height of 5 ft 6 in/1.68m tall.

Will Selva Education

Will attended and graduated with a degree in Broadcast Journalism at Walter Cronkite School of Telecommunications from Arizona State University in 1995.

Will Selva Family

Will hails from San Fransisco, California, in the USA. He is the son of immigrant parents from Nicaragua. However, he hasn’t identified

Will Selva Wife

Will is a father to two kids, a daughter, and a son. But he hasn’t mentioned details on the mother of the kids, soon as we dig up clear facts on this section will update this part.

Will Selva Salary

Will receive an annual salary of $99,800.

Will Selva Net Worth

Will’s approximated net worth is $1.6 million.

Will Selva Career

Since January 2013, he has been working as an anchor and co-host of Good Morning Football since January 2013. The same year he joined NFL, he also began hosting both the Spanish and English versions on Fox Sports West, Big West Now of the College Football until January 2017.

During his career as a sportscaster, he also served as an anchor for ESPN. During his time there, he hosted NBA 2 Night, SportsCenter, College Football Live, College Basketball Final, and Baseball Tonight. But, after plagiarizing the content of Kevin Ding without attribution he was suspended for an indefinite period during his tenure at ESPN.

He also worked as a sports anchor for Robin & Company, Headline News’ morning show for CNN. During his stint at CNN, he provided coverage for the sudden death of Thomas Herrion, the Boston Red Sox-New York Yankees rivalry, and Super Bowl XL, World Series in 2005. Previously, he used to work as the weekday sports anchor for KXTV in Sacramento, California.

Before, he worked as a sports reporter for KRON in San Fransisco. During his time there, he produced sportscasts for celebrities like lawyer Johnnie Cochran, Charlton Heston, Digital Underground’s Shock G, and former San Francisco mayor Willie Brown.
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