Joe Gibbs Net Worth: Joe Gibbs is a former American football coach who has a net worth of $60 million. Joe Gibbs was born on November 25, 1940 in Mocksville, North Carolina. He is a former American football coach in the National Football League (NFL), NASCAR Championship team owner and two-time National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) team owner. Gibbs began to amass his wealth as a successful 20th and 26th head coach for the Washington Redskins (1981-1992 and 2004-2007) and in formulating the winning NASCAR team, Joe Gibbs Racing. During his first stint in the NFL, he coached the Washington Redskins for 12 seasons and led them to eight playoff appearances, four NFC Championship titles and three Super Bowl titles. At the end of the 1992 season, Gibbs retired as a head coach and switched his focus to his NASCAR team where the team went on to win three championships under Gibbs' ownership; one with former driver Bobby Labonte and two with Tony Stewart. He came out of (football-coaching) retirement on January 7, 2004 to rejoin the Washington Redskins as head coach and team president and signed a five-year contract worth $28.5 million; Gibbs remains with the organization as Special Advisor to team owner Daniel Snyder. As a youth, Gibbs graduated from Santa Fe High School in Santa Fe, California in 1959, where he was the star quarterback. He attended Cerritos Junior College then went on to San Diego State University (SDSU), where he graduated with a master's degree in 1966. In 1992, Gibbs co-authored Joe Gibbs: Fourth and One, and in 2003 he co-authored Racing to Win. The books are a business and life how-to and motivational guide wherein Gibbs discusses his successes and failures during his career and offers the lessons he learned as tips to the readers. In 2009, Gibbs wrote the book Game Plan for Life, which chronicles his life in football; how his faith in God can help others and key topics he feels are important to today's men and women trying to lead a Christian life in today's world.
Joe Gibbs Net Worth
Joe Gibbs Racing
Kylie Jenner Buys A $6M House: A Peek Inside the A-List Fantasyon May 25, 2016
One Simple Vote Just Cost Anthony Davis A TON Of Moneyon May 26, 2016
A Judge Has Ordered Master P To Pay His Ex-Wife A Hefty Sumon May 25, 2016
The Rise Of Technology Has Created A New Era Of Super-Wealthy Americanson May 26, 2016
Three NYC Doorman Set To Inherit Multi Million Dollar Fortune Unless The Humane Society Gets It Insteadon May 26, 2016
LeBron James Vs. Dr. Dre - Who Will Become A Billionaire First?on May 24, 2016
British Artists Made More Money Off Of Vinyl Sales Than From YouTube Streamingon May 26, 2016
Florida Judge Upholds Hulk Hogan's $140 Million Gawker Judgmenton May 25, 2016
Shaquille O'Neal Makes Big Entrance Into The Auto Insurance Industryon May 25, 2016
Why Did Donald Trump Receive a Tax Break For NYC Residents Who Make Less Than $500k?on May 26, 2016
All net worths are calculated by applying a proprietary algorithm. The results are then fact checked and confirmed by a team of editors. We scan all publicly available data and resources and work diligently to ensure that our numbers are the most accurate and up to date net worth data you will find anywhere on the internet.
Did we make a mistake?
Submit a correction suggestion and help us fix it!Submit a Correction
Have something to add to this net worth? Share it by adding comments below.
- Phil Mickelson Shoots Even Par in Insider Trading CasePhil Mickelson narrowly escaped criminal charges from insider trading allegations made by the SEC, but still owes over $1 million in fines.
- Mark Cuban Says He's Open To Becoming Hillary Clinton's–Or Donald Trump's–Running Mate!Mark Cuban is surprisingly open to the idea of running for vice-president ... for either Trump or Clinton.
- Family Of Late Baseball Superstar Tony Gwynn Suing Tobacco Giant, Altria GroupThe family of late San Diego baseball star Tony Gwynn blames tobacco industry for his death and files lawsuit against Altria Group.
- The Atlanta Falcons' New Stadium Will Offer Very Cheap Concessions - Thanks Arthur Blank!Eating overpriced concessions is one of the most fundamental traditions in American sports, but fans at the upcoming new Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta will have the option not to participate.