Troy Aikman ESPN Net Worth, Salary, Bio, Age, Parents, Wife, Career

Troy Aikman Biography

Troy Kenneth Aikman is currently working at ESPN  as analysts for Monday Night Football’s NFL games. Prior to joining ESPN Aikman worked as a color analyst for NFL on Fox from 2001 to 2021 after he retired in 2000. Since 2022, he has done the same for Monday Night Football. Along with fellow former Cowboys quarterback Roger Staubach, Aikman co-owned the Hall of Fame Racing NASCAR Sprint Cup Series team from 2005 to 2009. He is also a portion owner of the San Diego Padres of Major League Baseball (MLB).

He retired American football quarterback who spent 12 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League (NFL). He played collegiate football at UCLA after leaving Oklahoma, where he earned the Davey O’Brien Award as a senior. The Cowboys chose Aikman first overall in the 1989 NFL Draft.

He was chosen for six Pro Bowls and won three Super Bowls. In addition, he received the MVP award for Super Bowl XXVII, the team’s first championship in over ten years. Both the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the College Football Hall of Fame inducted Aikman in 2006 and 2008, respectively.

Troy Aikman  Net Worth

Aikman has an estimated net worth of $65 million according to Celebrity Net Worth. Troy Aikman is a retired NFL quarterback . He has earned a fortune over the course of his 12-season NFL career. He is currently in broadcasting industry.

Troy Aikman Salary

Aikman receives a respectable wage from his job as a journalist at ESPN . He receives an average annual salary of $18 million. He worked for Fox for a number of years before switching to ESPN in a deal that was made public in February 2022. The five-year, $90 million contract equates to an annual compensation of $18 million.

Troy Aikman made $55 million in salary, incentives, and endorsement money in addition to tens of millions more. The Dallas Cowboys selected him in the 1989 Draft. The Cowboys earned three Super Bowl titles under his direction. Troy won the 1992 MVP Award for the Super Bowl. Additionally, six times he was named to the Pro Bowl. He left the NFL in 2000, and in 2006, he was admitted to the NFL Hall of Fame.

Year 2023 2024
Troy Aikman Salary $18 million $18.5 million
Troy Aikman Net Worth $65 million  $66 million

Troy Aikman Age

Troy  Aikman was born on November 21st of 1966 in West Covina, California. As of 2023 he is 57 years old.

Troy Aikman Height, Weight & Body Measurement

Troy Aikman  stands proudly at a height of 6 feet 3 inches , he exhibits an exquisite balance in his physique. Weighing approximately 55 kg (121 lbs), his body measurements are an enviable 34-28-38 centimeters.

Troy Aikman Parents

Troy Aikman was born and raised in California, then at the age of 12 his family relocated to Henryetta, Oklahoma. He demonstrated his potential as a future star athlete while he was living in Oklahoma by participating in football for his high school team. He earned All-State football accolades while still in high school and he also won the typing state championship.

Troy Aikman Love Life

Around 1993, Troy Aikman dated country music star Lorrie Morgan for a whole year.

In 2000, he married Rhonda Worthey, a publicist. After then, the couple had two kids together before being divorced in 2011. They owned a mansion that was worth $27 million at the time of their divorce. Troy gave Rhonda her share of the house in exchange for their divorce, gave her $2 million in cash, and paid for the down payment on a new $1.5 million house in the same neighborhood.

Aikman later got married in 2017 after becoming engaged to fashion retailer Catherine Mooty. According to a social media post from June 2023, Troy and Catherine had broken up and she was now seeing someone else.

Troy Aikman Career

Troy Aikman, a Hall of Fame quarterback, and Joe Buck were both signed by ESPN to multi-year contracts in March 2022, making them the new analysts for Monday Night Football’s NFL games. The NFL’s most reliable broadcasting team has been Aikman and Buck, who started working together in 2002 as part of a three-man booth alongside analyst Cris Collinsworth until going solo in 2005. They have worked together for 21 seasons and have called over 290 regular-season games, over 40 playoff games, 18 NFC Championships, and the Super Bowls XXXIX, XLII, XLV, XLVIII, LI, and LIV. Both have received many Sports Emmy Award nominations.

Aikman and Buck collaborate with Lisa Salters, Monday Night Football’s sideline reporter with the longest tenure, throughout the season. The Monday Night Football team earned a Sports Emmy for ‘Outstanding Live Sports Series’ for the MNF’s 2023 season in May 2023 at the 44th Annual Sports Emmy Awards. This was the team’s first season together.

In 1989, the Dallas Cowboys picked Aikman with the first overall pick in the NFL Draft, beginning his Hall of Fame playing career. His three Super Bowl titles over his twelve years in the NFL stand out. The Cowboys oversaw one of sports’ most illustrious clubs, winning six NFC East championships (1992–96 & 1998) and making it to four NFC Championship Games (1992–95).

Only four quarterbacks—Aikman among them—have led their teams to victories in three Super Bowls (XXVII, XXVIII, and XXX). Aikman was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, in February 2006.

Aikman passed for 5,298 yards and 41 touchdowns during his two years at UCLA before signing with the Cowboys. The All-American guided the Bruins to a 20-4 record throughout that time. He was admitted into the UCLA Sports Hall of Fame in 1999. After playing for the University of Oklahoma for two seasons (1984–1985), he went to UCLA.

He was the first rookie quarterback to start a season opener for the Cowboys since Roger Staubach in 1969 after being selected by them with the #1 overall pick in the 1989 NFL Draft.

Aikman was elected to the College Football Hall of Fame in 2009. Following his retirement from the NFL in 2000–01, Aikman immediately entered the broadcast booth, working the 2001–02 season for FOX Sports, where he remained for the next 20 years before joining ESPN.

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