Boomer Esiason Net Worth
Boomer Esiason net worth: Boomer Esiason is a retired American football quarterback and current network sports commentator who has a net worth of $15 million dollars. An NFL quarterback who played for the Cincinnati Bengals, the New York Jets, the St. Louis Cardinals, and the Cincinnati Bengals. Boomer Esiason was a four time Pro-Bowl selection and the 1988 NFL MVP. He currently works as an analyst/commentator for multiple football programs including, "The NFL Today" and "Boomer and Carton in the Morning". Born Norman Julius Esiason on April 17, 1961 in West Slip, New York, Esiason started and ended his professional football career as a quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals (1984-1992 and 1997, respectively). He was traded to the New York Jets and played for them between 1993 and 1995. After he was released from the New York Jets Esiason signed with the Arizona Cardinals in 1996 as a free agent. In 1997, he was convinced to delay retirement and played one more season with the Cincinnati Bengals. His football-playing honors include being named to four Pro Bowl games (1986, 1988, 1989, 1993) and several awards for left-handed quarterbacks. He was also named NFL MVP (Most Valuable Player) in 1988 and received the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award in 1995 for his charitable work. Upon retirement, Esiason finished in the top 10 of all time in many quarterback statistical categories. Besides appearing as a color analyst on such platforms as the World League of American Football and Monday Night Football, he went on to host Boomer and Carton in the morning beginning in 2007 (along with veteran radio host Craig Carton), which became the #1 rated morning show in all key demographics in the greater New York listening area. In 2014, the radio program began simulcast on the CBS Sports Network.