Desmond Howard is a former National Football League (NFL) player who currently appears as a college football analyst for ESPN. He has played professional football for Washington Redskins, Jacksonville Jaguars, Green Bay Packers, Oakland Riders and Detroit Lions in the National Football League.
He also played football at the University of Michigan and won the Heisman Trophy in 1991. He was also listed in the 2011 cla s s of the College Football Hall of Fame.
Desmond Howard’s recent Net worth and Annual salary
Desmond Howard is also famous for his impressive career. He has also been voted the most valuable player of Super Bowl XXXI and is ranked 9th as 'Greatest Return Specialist in NFL History'. He has also earned good net worth from his sports career.
The net worth of the player is estimated to be around $14 million as per the latest report. His source of earning currently is his job as a football analyst. He is yet to reveal his salary.
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— Desmond Howard (@DesmondHoward) January 9, 2017
Howard also earns from different sources. His football career is the main source of his current net worth. He has earned quite a good net worth from his playing career. His salary as an analyst is the current source which has boosted his net worth, somehow. Apart from this, he also receives some amount from sponsorships and endorsements.
Desmond Howard’s career in short
Howard was in limelight from his high school career. He earned All-American and All-Ohio honors as a tailback in his senior season at St. Joseph High School in Cleveland, Ohio.
He started his professional career with the Washington Redskins and played for Jacksonville Jaguars for a season in 1995. He played his career best season for the Green Bay Packers in 1996. He also led his team to Super Bowl XXXI against New England Patriots.
For his performance, he has won Super Bowl MVP. He later signed as a free agent for Oakland Riders and remained there for a season. He re-joined Packers in 1999. In the mid-season, he was cut by Packers due to various reasons and was signed by Detroit Lions. He remained in Lions for rest of his career until 2002.