Archie Manning net worth: Archie Manning is a retired professional football player with the net worth of $10 million. Archie Manning earned that net worth through his many years as a quarterback in the NFL playing for New Orleans Saints, the Houston Oilers, and the Minnesota Vikings. Manning began playing for the New Orleans Saints in 1971 and stayed with the team for ten seasons and was tackled at the line of scrimmage 340 times during his time with the Saints. During the 1976 season Manning was unable to play due to corrective surgery on his right shoulder. He was named NFC Player of the Year and All-NFC by UPI and All-NFC by The Sporting News, as well as being selected into the Pro Bowl in 1978-79. He then moved on to the Houston Oilers in 1982-83 and then the Minnesota Vikings from 1983 to 1984. During his thirteen years in Pro-football he never played with a team that made the playoffs. Archie Manning was born in Drew Mississippi, in 1949 and attended Drew High School. He was always active in sports, including basketball, track and baseball. He attended college at the University of Mississippi and played the position of quarterback for Ole Miss. He was awarded Nashville Banner Trophy for being the MVP of the Southeastern Conference, as well as his induction into the College Football Hall of Fame in 1989. There were several publications naming Manning Southeastern Conference Quarterback of the Quarter Century for 1950 to 1975. Manning lives in New Orleans with his wife Olivia and they share three sons. Cooper Manning is the oldest and is a partner in a New Orleans Investment Firm. Peyton Manning is the middle son and recently signed a contract with the Denver Broncos, and their youngest son, Eli Manning is a quarterback for the New York Giants.