ESPN Radio football analyst Trevor Matich is one of the famous retired NFL players, who played with New England Patriots, New York Jets, and Washington Redskins. The former offensive linesman became a center of attraction on NFL from 1985 to 1996 and earned the nickname as 'Hardest Working Man in Pro Football.'
Although Trevor is now retired, he is back to NFL business as an analyst of College GameDay on ESPN Radio, where he has been covering the critical aspect of NFL news updates, analysis, and opinions since 2007. The former pro-NFL player is also a college football analyst for Outside the Lines, SportsCenter, and College Football Live.
Despite former NFL star, Trevor is at his late 50's; there is no record of his married life. Moreover, he is yet to get linked with any women and looks like the two-time all-conference offensive lineman is still relishing his singlehood.
But his single status does not let him affect to poke fun on Twitter. The college football analyst for Outside the Lines once mentioned a dark side of messing teammate's wife and racism behind the NFL locker room and tweeted:
Currently, he has no further plan to start a relationship with any ladies. He probably might be searching for the dream women whom he would call a wife.
Although Trevor is not married, his brother Dever is in a marital relationship with his aspiring singer-songwriter wife. Dever, who played NFL with Oakland Raiders owns a lawn-care business in Nashville.
Salary/ Net Worth
Trevor Matich is a former NFL player who now has been summoning the net worth as an American football analyst. As per Glassdoor, an employee of ESPN Radio earns the salary between $26,971 to $29,640. Given his stint as an analyst for College GameDay on ESPN Radio since 2007, Trevor is likely collecting a hefty amount of payrolls.
Before being an analyst, the Rio Americano alum played for the NFL teams like New England Patriots; New York Jets; and Washington Redskins. According to the reports of work.chron.com, NFL players earn an average of $860,000. Trevor, who played NFL from 1985 to 1996, likely garnered fortunes in the millions of dollars.
Besides ESPN, Trevor has won nine Emmy awards as an analyst for Comcast SportsNet Washington.
Bio, Family, & Height
Born as Trevor Anthony Matich on 9 October 1961, Trevor's hometown is Sacramento, California. In his family, his mother was a teacher, and his brother Dever played in the annual Jack Scott Basketball Tournament. The exact numbers of siblings are unknown but inspecting into social media, she might have three siblings, Dev, Maran, and Kresten.
Trevor completed his high school education at Rio Americano and attended Brigham Young University.
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The former NFL star has a tall height of 1.93 m (6 feet 4 inches), and his weight is around 287 lb (130 kg). The former offensive linesman of New England Patriots played NFL on his high school but did not become a starter until his senior days. While at Brigham Young University, Trevor becomes a two-time all-conference offensive lineman.