Matt Millen Net Worth

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Matt attended Whitehall High School and during his time there, became a well-known football player. After matriculating, he was recruited by Pennsylvania State University, where he would play for the Nittany Lions, and become an All-American defensive tackle.

In 1980, Millen joined the NFL Draft and was selected by the Oakland Raiders during the second round. He played a total of 12 years in the NFL, playing first for the Raiders, before the 49ers and Redskins. He won a Super Bowl with each of these teams, including two with Oakland. However during his win with the Redskins, he was de-activated for Super Bowl XXVI. He was selected to play for one Pro Bowl during his career. After retirement, he started working for CBS TV as a color commentator. He also worked for Fox and provided game analysis in the radio show “Monday Night Football”. At Fox, Matt filled in for John Madden. Later in his career, he served as a studio analyst for NBC and also became the lead analyst for NFL Network’s “Thursday Night Football”. He also covered college football as part of ESPN.

Aside from his commentary work, he left broadcasting in 2001 to become the CEO of the Detroit Lions NFL team. He was assigned the position without any prior experience, but was the general manager and CEO of the team for a full seven seasons, and would finish with a record of 31-81, earning the team one of the worst percentages ever compiled in a seven year period. During the start of his tenure, the team went 0-24 on the road before finally getting a win in 2004. A lot of executives believed that he made many poor draft decisions, although as a general manager he was the second highest paid in the NFL, which increased his net worth considerably. Despite protests, he was given a contract extension in 2005, but eventually left the position in 2008 when he was fired.

For his personal life, Matt Millen is married to Patricia. Matt has had his share of controversies throughout his career. During a postgame interview, he commented that wide receiver Johnnie Morton was a faggot though he later apologized for the remark. During the 2010 NFL Draft, he referred to fellow ESPN commentator Ron Jaworski as a “Polack”, though he also apologized for that remark. In another incident, Matt punched Patrick Sullivan in the face after an on-field dispute between the Raiders and the Patriots.

Structural info

  • Full Name: Matt Millen
  • Net Worth: $10 Million
  • Date Of Birth: March 12, 1958
  • Place Of Birth: Whitehall Township, Pennsylvania USA
  • Height: 6′ 2″ (1.88 m)
  • Weight: 113 kg
  • Profession: American football linebacker
  • Education: Pennsylvania State University
  • Nationality: American
  • Spouse: Patricia Millen
  • Children: Marcus Millen, Michalyn Millen, Marianne Millen, Matt Millen Jr
  • Siblings: Mary Schrim, Hugh Millen, Beth Klepeiss, Andrew Millen, Jean Daughtry, Kathleen Rowland, Eileen Tsamulalis, Edward Millen, Nancy Ringer, Harriet Fassman
  • IMDB: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1706048/
  • Nominations: Sports Emmy Award for Outstanding Sports Personality – Sports Event Analyst

Facts

  • Professional football player with the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders (1980-1988), San Francisco 49ers (1989-1990), and Washington Redskins (1991).
  • Selected in the 2nd round (43rd selection overall) by the Oakland Raiders in the 1980 NFL Draft.
  • NFL and college football analyst for ESPN, May 2009-present.
  • President and general manager of the Detroit Lions, 2001-2008.

Filmography

Camera Department
Title Year Status Character
Friends You’d Kill For 2015 grip
Coming Home for Christmas 2013 Video grip
Self
Title Year Status Character
2009 Chick-fil-A Bowl 2009 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator
2009 Gaylord Hotels Music City Bowl 2009 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator
ESPN 25: Who’s #1? 2004 TV Series documentary Himself
ESPN SportsCentury 2001-2003 TV Series documentary Himself
NFL on FOX 1994-2000 TV Series Himself – Color Commentator / Himself – Color Commen
World Bowl 96 1996 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator
1995 NFC Championship Game 1996 TV Special Himself – Sideline Reproter
1994 NFC Championship Game 1995 TV Special Himself – Sideline Reporter
1990 NFC Championship Game 1991 TV Movie Himself – San Francisco 49ers Linebacker
NFL Monday Night Football 1980-1990 TV Series Himself – Oakland Raiders Linebacker / Himself – Los Angeles Raiders Linebacker / Himself – San Francisco 49ers Linebacker
The NFL on CBS 1981-1990 TV Series Himself – Los Angeles Raiders Linebacker / Himself – San Francisco 49ers Linebacker / Himself – Oakland Raiders Linebacker
ESPN’s Sunday Night Football 1987-1990 TV Series Himself – San Francisco 49ers Linebacker / Himself – Los Angeles Raiders Linebacker
The NFL on NBC 1985-1990 TV Series Himself – San Francisco 49ers Linebacker / Himself – Los Angeles Raiders Linebacker
Super Bowl XXIV 1990 TV Movie Himself – San Francisco 49ers Left Inside Linebacker
1989 NFC Championship Game 1990 TV Movie Himself – San Francisco 49ers Linebacker
Super Bowl XVIII 1984 TV Movie Himself – Los Angeles Raiders Left Inside Linebacker
1983 AFC Championship Game 1984 TV Movie Himself – Los Angeles Raiders Linebacker
Super Bowl XV 1981 TV Special Himself – Oakland Raiders Left Inside Linebacker
1980 AFC Championship Game 1981 TV Movie Himself – Oakland Raiders Linebacker
1977 Fiesta Bowl 1977 TV Movie Himself – Penn St. Nittany Lions Linebacker
A Football Life 2011-2015 TV Series Himself
2015 Outback Bowl 2015 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator
2014 New Era Pinstripe Bowl 2014 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator
2013 National University Holiday Bowl 2013 TV Special Himself – Color Commentator
2013 Discover Orange Bowl 2013 TV Special Himself – Color Commentator
Mike & Mike 2011-2012 TV Series Himself – ESPN College Football Analyst / Himself – ESPN College Football Anayst / Himself – Telephone Interviewee
2012 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 2012 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator
2011 Insight Bowl 2011 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator
Year of the Quarterback 2011 TV Series documentary Himself
2011 Tostitos Fiesta Bowl 2011 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator
2010 Insight Bowl 2010 TV Movie Himself – Color Commentator