Harry Douglas Net Worth, Salary, Wife, Bio, Age, Parents, Career, ESPN

Harry Douglas Biography

Harry Douglas is a retired American football wide receiver who is currently working as an analyst for ESPN. He is a ten-year NFL veteran who joined ESPN in 2019 and contributes to all sports and digital football shows across ESPN studio shows. He co-hosts Countdown to College GameDay.

He started playing football at Louisville University while still a student. The Atlanta Falcons selected him in the third round of the 2008 NFL Draft, marking the start of his professional career. He also played for the Tennessee Titans from 2015 to 2017.

Harry Douglas Net Worth

Douglas has an estimated net worth of $1 Million. He has been able to secure a decent fortune for himself from his career as a retired American football wide receiver who is currently working as an analyst for ESPN.

Harry Douglas Salary

Douglas receives a respectable wage from his job . He receives an average annual salary of $90 Thousand.

Year 2023 2024
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Harry Douglas Age

Douglas was born on September 16, 1984 in Tampa, Florida, United States of America . As of 2023 he is 39 years old.

Harry Douglas Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Douglas stands proudly at a height of 6 feet 0 inches(1.83 m, 183 cm), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 83kg (183lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

Harry Douglas Parents

Douglas was born in Florida and raised in Georgia to his loving parents. Harry Douglas III and Stephanie are his devoted parents. Harry was raised together with his two devoted siblings, Toney and Jamila.

Harry Douglas  Wife

Douglas is fortunate to share a loving and enduring marriage with his beloved wife, Kierra Anderson. Their journey as a couple began in a special way and their bond has only grown stronger over the years.

Their love story reached a significant milestone when they exchanged their vows and celebrated their union in a beautiful wedding ceremony in 2013. This event marked the beginning of their shared life journey as a married couple.

Their wedding day was a memorable event that brought together friends and family to witness their love and the promises they made to each other.

Harry Douglas Kid

Douglas and his wife have embarked on a new and exciting chapter in their lives as they became proud parents to a beautiful and adorable daughter named Harrison Milan. The arrival of a child is a profound and life-changing experience, filled with joy, wonder, and boundless love.

Harry Douglas Education

In his last season, Douglas averaged 20.5 points, 3 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 3 steals. He accepted a scholarship to Louisville, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Missouri after graduating.

Soon after he graduated from high school in 2003, he passed on Cincinnati, Pittsburgh and Missouri in favor of a scholarship at Louisville. He was a member of the scout team for the whole of 2003. In his rookie season of 2004, he played in 12 games as a wide receiver and caught 5 passes for 43 yards.

He won numerous awards and recognitions during his time as an undergraduate, including First Team All-Big East in 2006, Second Team AP All-American in 2007, and First Team All-Big East in 2007. After four years, he obtained his degree in Political Science.

Harry Douglas Career

Harry Douglas, a ten-year NFL veteran, joined ESPN in 2019 and contributes to all sports and digital football shows across ESPN studio shows. He co-hosts Countdown to College GameDay.

Apart from his duties in the studio and on digital platforms, Douglas co-hosts ESPN Radio’s afternoon drive show with Freddie Coleman from 3 to 7 p.m. ET. He has been a consistent presence on the radio network in a variety of capacities. He co-hosted the noon show from 12 to 3 p.m. most recently (since Jan. 2023). In addition, he serves as a field analyst for ESPN’s coverage of XFL games.

After an outstanding career as a wide receiver at the University of Louisville, where he was named an All-American and inducted into the Louisville Athletics Hall of Fame in 2021, Douglas was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in the third round of the 2008 NFL Draft. After spending seven seasons as a player for the Falcons, he spent three more seasons with the Tennessee Titans. In 118 career games, he finished with 310 receptions for 3,759 yards (12.1 avg.) and 10 touchdowns.

Douglas was chosen as one of the Atlanta Falcons’ six 2022 Bill Walsh Diversity Coaching Fellows. He is a co-founder of The Douglas Brothers Foundation, Inc., an organization dedicated to assisting young people and families with financial literacy, career development, wellness initiatives, and hunger relief.

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