Tedy Bruschi Biography
Tedy Lacap Bruschi is a well known retired professional American football player currently working as an ESPN analyst and the senior advisor to the head coach at the University of Arizona.
Tedy Bruschi, the three-time Super Bowl champion, began working as an NFL analyst for ESPN in August 2009, just one week after he declared his retirement from professional football.
The former linebacker for the New England Patriots contributes to ESPN’s yearly coverage of Super Bowl week and the NFL Draft in addition to providing analysis on Sunday NFL Countdown, Get Up, First Take, SportsCenter, and ESPN Radio.
Tedy Bruschi Net Worth
Bruschi has an estimated net worth of $12 Million according to Celebrity Net Worth . His job career as a former professional American football player and current ESPN Analyst have been able to secure him a decent fortune.
Tedy Bruschi Salary
Bruschi receives a respectable wage from his job . He receives an average annual salary of $3 Million.
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Tedy Bruschi Age
Bruschi was born on June 9, 1973, in San Francisco, California, United States of America. As of 2023 he is 50 years old.
Tedy Bruschi Height, Weight & Body Measurement
Bruschi stands proudly at a height of 6 feet 1 inches(1.85 m, 185 cm), he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 112kg (247lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.
Tedy Bruschi Parents
Bruschi was born and raised in San Francisco, California, United States of America by his parents. Specifically, the frazione of Bruschi di Sopra in Bedonia, Italy, is where his paternal grandparents originally came from. Tedy’s stepfather, Ron Sandys, played professional tennis, and his mother is of Filipino descent.
Tedy Bruschi Wife
Bruschi married Heidi Bomberger whom he met while at the University of Arizona. She was born in Nebraska and moved to Tucson, Arizona at the age of nine. Heidi became a sports standout, winning High School Player of Year while in Tuscon.
Tedy Bruschi Education
Roseville High School, located in Roseville, California, awarded Bruschi his high school diploma. Tedy earned letters in track and field (shot put), football, and wrestling during his time there. As a defensive tackle for the Roseville Tigers, the analyst was consistently chosen for the all-conference team.
Tedy played football for the University of Arizona Wildcats from 1991 to 1995 after graduating from high school. 185 total tackles (137 solo), 74 tackles for loss, and six fumbles were recorded by him. During his four years of college, Tedy also recovered five more sacks, tying the NCAA Division I-A record with 52 sacks.
Tedy Bruschi Career
Once Bruschi’s playing career ended, he became an analyst for ESPN. A week after announcing his retirement from professional football, the three-time Super Bowl champion signed on with ESPN as an NFL analyst in August 2009.
The former linebacker for the New England Patriots currently contributes analysis to Sunday NFL Countdown, First Take, SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, and Get Up. Tedy also participates in ESPN’s yearly coverage of the NFL Draft and Super Bowl week.
Tedy Bruschi Stroke
Bruschi awoke on February 15, 2005, with a number of symptoms, including left-sided weakness, numbness, and vision issues. Tedy was only thirty-one at the time. Tedy was taken to Massachusetts General Hospital three days after participating in the 2005 Pro Bowl, where he was diagnosed with an ischemic stroke. The doctor concluded that a blocked artery in the brain was the cause of the stroke.
He also had a congenital heart defect known as a foramen ovale, which is characterized by a small hole in the wall that divides the left and right atria of the heart. After undergoing several months of rehabilitation with Boston’s Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, Tedy declared he would miss the 2005 NFL season.
On October 16, 2005, the Patriots declared that Tedy was medically cleared to return to the football field. Three days after the announcement, the analyst returned to the practice field with the team. He was officially activated by the Patriots on October 29, and he took the field against the Buffalo Bills the following evening. During the game, Tedy’s return was discussed in multiple interviews on ESPN. He was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week after the game.
With the exception of the final regular-season match against Miami and the opening playoff match against Jacksonville, he played in the majority of the season’s remaining games. He won the NFL Comeback Player of the Year award in 2005. Along with Steve Smith, a wide receiver for the Carolina Panthers, he shared the honor.