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Damien Woody Salary, Net Worth, ESPN, Wife, Family, Bio

Published On: 17 Sep, 2018

Damien Woody Salary, Net Worth, ESPN, Wife, Family, Bio

You might know Damien Woody as a 300-pound heavyweight commanding the offensive line for various teams in the NFL during his 12-year career as an NFL player. What you might not know is, the heavyweight athlete is also a great thinker and a fascinating speaker, if his analysis of football in famed broadcasters ESPN is anything to go by. 

Former NFL Player, Damien Woody is now more popularly known as the host of ESPN daily TV program, Sportscenter. After completing 173 career games, Damiens currently fulfills the role of the NFL analyst in the ESPN Network, making appearances in various football related shows within the network.

What Is Damien Woody’s Net Worth?

The millionaire footballer turned Tv star has garnered a net worth of $12 million, with his majority of earnings coming from his career as an NFL offensive lineman.  His current work has supplemented the fortune earned through his football work as a sportscaster.

His NFL career ranged for a full 12 years and during his time he played for teams like New England Patriots, Detroit Lions, and New York Jets, which escalated his earnings.

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The last contract he signed as a player was with New York Jets which was worth a whopping $25,500,000,  and also included an additional annual salary of $5,100,000 back in 2008.

After his retirement from the NFL in 2010, Damien has worked as an NFL Analyst with ESPN Network in August 2011. Some of the shows he contributes to ESPN includes SportsCenter and NFL Live.

The sportscaster is set to be a fixture on the TV screens for a few more years as it came to light on 4 October 2017, that Damien along with his ESPN college, Josina Anderson had penned a multi-year contract with the ESPN.

Wife Is His High-School Sweetheart, 18 Years Of Marriage

The 40-year-old ESPN Sportscaster got married to his high school sweetheart Nicole Woody in 1995.

According to a 2010 report by Tapino Magazine, the pair had first met during their tenth grade. And soon enough, they grew affectionate of each other which led to them getting married and raising a family together.

The couple has now been married for more than two decades, a fact Damien stressed on in 2018. Posting a delightful old picture of their wedding in his Instagram feed, he claimed that he did not know that getting married meant staying together for a lifetime at that time, but he knew it now.

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The duo’s 1995 wedding pictures posted on 24 August 2018 (Photo: Instagram)

The loving husband is frequent on social media and takes up the sharing giants at the earliest opportunity. He also shared a sweet birthday wish for Nicole on his IG feed on 20 May 2018 and described that his wife was aging backward as she kept getting beautiful every passing day.

Damien’s family comprises of his wife and their seven children including three daughters, Kamille, Jalynn and Alexandra, and four sons, Domonique, Deuce, Dontrell, and Jacoby Woody.

A complete family guy, the former football pro loves to spend most of his leisure period with his partner and children, and post his day well spent on his Instagram.

Damien posted a picture with his daughters, Jalynn & Alexandra on his 8 February 2015 IG post. In the post, he described himself as a blessed man and also mentioned the father’s role is the most gratifying experience for a male.

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The Sportscenter anchor also wished 17th birthday greeting for his another daughter, Kamille through his IG handle on 8 May 2016. He was overwhelmed at seeing his little princess turn into a young lady.

Short Bio

The ESPN host was born on 3 November 1977 in Beaverdam, Virginia as per wiki. Damien stands at the height of 1.91 m (6’ 3”) and belongs to an Afro-American ethnic group.

Damien attended Patrick Henry High School in Ashland, Virginia and later went to Boston College.