Todd Archer is a sportscaster who is currently serving for ESPN as their sports analyst. He has covered several events in ESPN shows such as NFL Live, SportsCenter, and Sunday NFL Countdown. Also, he has worked for ESPN magazine.
Early Life Information of Todd Archer
Todd Archer was born somewhere in the USA, however, his actual date of birth and place is missing as he has never preferred to officiate it. He is of American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Apart from this, there is no single information related to his parents and siblings.
Regarding education, he has completed his graduation with a Bachelor's degree in journalism in 1992 from Northeastern University located in Boston Ma s sachuttes.
His Relationship Status: Married Or Dating?
Todd Archer is a married man and has two daughters; however, the detail on his marriage and kids is missing as he has never preferred to share it in public. As per some of his Twitter posts, he seems to be living a happy life with his wife and kids.
— Todd Archer (@toddarcher) June 21, 2018
He has never been linked or seen with any lady publicly. Also, there are no bad rumors regarding his personal life in the media.
He is an active user of the Twitter platform where he has more ha 74.6k followers. On his social media platform, he mostly posts about his professional life, but sometimes, he posts about his personal life as well.
How Much Is His Net Worth? Also Detail On His Career
The sportscaster Todd Archer who has been contributing to the field since the '90s has collected the net worth of around $2 million as of 2020. As per some of the sources, he is supposed to receive around $100 thousand as his salary from the ESPN.
While talking about his career, he joined ESPN with ESPNDallas in December 2010. Later on, in 2013, he became a NFL Nation reporter for Dallas Cowboys. His main work for ESPN.com is to write but he has also contributed to NFL Live, SportsCenter, and Sunday NFL Countdown. Additionally, he has also worked for ESPN magazine.
Archer has been covering the NFL since 1997. He started his NFL covering starting with the Cincinnati Bengal for the Cincinnati Post. Two years later, he migrated to the Palm Beach Post where he covered the Dolphins of Miami. Several years later, in 2003, he joined the Dallas Morning News and covered the Cowboys.
by samriddhi, 2020-08-06 21:37:29