Former footballer Boomer Esiason estimated Net Worth around $15 million, his House Is in Manhasset, New York
Norman Julius ‘Boomer Esiason’, is an American former footballer and current network color commentator. Previously, he worked as a football analyst for several channels such as ABC, HBO and so many.
Currently, he hosts The NFL Today, Westwood One, Monday Night Football and Super Bowl on CBS Sports. Boomer also anchors the morning sports radio program Boomer and Cartoon on WFAN, in New York.
Boomer Esiason’s lifestyle and net worth
The former NFL player and current NFL commentator Boomer is one of the richest sports personalities of the Unites States of America. He spent 14 years playing for Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets, and Arizona.
Image: Boomer Esiason
From these clubs, he earned a huge amount of money and which help to rise overall net worth. According to current data, Boomer’s net worth is to be around $15 million from his commentary career and NFL.
Image: Boomer's expensive watch
Source: hamptons- magazine
The sports personality has a lavish life; he spends a huge amount to buy expensive dresses for him and his family members. He has worn high-cost watches, for many years. Now, he wears a watch of Breitling’s Transocean Chronograph Untime, which cost around $30K in the U.S.
Boomer's houses and cars
Image: Boomer's car
Boomer is also a freelance racing driver who love to road trip. His preferred road trip area is Cincinnati to New York. Boomer is crazy for cars who bought his first car in 1972, which was Ford Bronco. Currently, he has a Chevy Tahoe car, bought in 2010.
Short information of Boomer
Boomer Esiason’s started his broadcasting career working as a color analyst on the USA network’s two-year broadcast of the World League of American Football. There, he served as a host for Monday Nights along with Brad Nessler.
— Boomer Esiason (@7BOOMERESIASON) January 31, 2017
He has also appeared in many TV shows and movies such as Game Plan, Miss America, Spin City and so on. Then, he moved to ABC network and became a color commentator for Monday Night Football along with Al Michaels.
After two years, he joined Westwood one /Dial Radio and became the lead analyst for the radio along with In April 2007, CBS radio hired him after firing Don Imus, for his replacement in the WFAN.
Then, after sometimes, he landed his big show Boomer and Carton on WFAN. He premiered his show in the opening of NFL 2007 against the New Orleans Saints on Westwood One and with Marv alert. In 2014, he started to host the programs for CBS Sports.