Hines Ward net worth: Hines Ward is a retired American football wide receiver who has a net worth of $16 million dollars. Hines Ward left a trace in the world of sports as the wide receiver for the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers, where he has been the longest-tenured player. He was born Hines Edward Ward, Jr. in 1976, in Seoul, South Korea, to a Korean mother and an African American father, and was raised in the Atlanta area. In his teens, he showed his potential as a quarterback at Forest Park High School, where he was named two times Clayton County Offensive Player of the Year. Throughout college, he went on to flaunt his football skills as a wide receiver for the University of Georgia Bulldogs. Next, he was recruited by the Pittsburgh Steelers in the third round of the 1998 NFL Draft and became the team's all-time leader in receptions, receiving yardage and touchdown receptions. Upon his retirement in 2012, he was the one of only eight NFL players to have 1,000 or more career receptions. Thanks to his successful football career, Ward has made several small-screen appearances on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition, Rome Is Burning, and Mike and Mike in the Morning, among others. He joined the cast of Dancing with the Stars during season 12 and made a brief cameo in the 2012 film The Dark Knight Rises. He also appeared on the fourth season of Celebrity Wife Swap where he traded lives with actor Verne Troyer. Ward currently serves as a studio analyst for NBC's Football Night in America.
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American football player
Date of Birth
Mar 8, 1976
American football player, Actor
United States of America
6 ft (1.83 m)
205 lbs (93 kg)
Hines E. Ward Jr., Hines Ward Jr.
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Hines Ward Earnings
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- Pittsburgh Steelers (2009-10)$5,804,680
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2008-09)$5,453,840
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2007-08)$3,588,840
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2006-07)$7,753,080
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2005-06)$5,668,960
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2004-05)$1,671,950
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2003-04)$1,673,150
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2002-03)$1,671,630
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2001-02)$3,828,840
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2000-01)$468,800
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