Troy Polamalu net worth: Troy Polamalu is a professional American football safety who has a net worth of $30 million dollars. Born Troy Aumua on April 19, 1981 in Garden Grove, California, he is a long-standing player for the Pittsburgh Steelers. He earned All-American honors during his football career at USC (University of Southern California) and has been in two Super Bowl Championship games with the Steelers (Super Bowl XL in 2006, defeating the Seattle Seahawks and Super Bowl XLIII, defeating the Arizona Cardinals in 2009). He has been selected for the Pro Bowl eight times and was the NFL Defensive Player of the Year in 2010. Of American-Samoan decent, Polamalu (Aumua) petitioned the court in 2007 to change his legal name to his mother's maiden name of Polamalu. He is married to Theodora Holmes and they have two sons, Paisios (2008) and Ephraim (2010). Theodora is the sister of NFL player Alex Holmes (formerly of the Miami Dolphins and L.A. Rams). Besides his notoriety within the NFL football league, Polamalu is known for his distinguishable (long) hair. In a 2006 game against the Kansas City Chiefs, Chief's running back Larry Johnson pulled Polamalu down by the hair in an effort to tackle him. Though this is a perfectly legal move, according to regulations, Johnson was penalized for rising to his feet while still having a hold on Polamalu's hair (pulling Polamalu up by his hair in the process). In 2010, in an interview with Mike and Mike in the Morning (sports-talk radio show), Polamalu reportedly said he hadn't had a haircut in "seven or eight years." In 2013, Polamalu signed a three-year contract extension with the Steelers and entered into his 11th season with the franchise.
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American football player
Date of Birth
Apr 19, 1981 (34 years old)
American football player, Athlete
United States of America
5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
207 lbs (93.89 kg)
Troy Aumua Polamalu, Troy Aumua
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Troy Polamalu Earnings
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- Pittsburgh Steelers (2009-10)$4,305,200
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2008-09)$4,625,000
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2007-08)$11,576,920
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2006-07)$1,553,760
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2005-06)$718,200
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2004-05)$4,307,000
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2003-04)$1,489,000
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