Tom Coughlin

Tom Coughlin Net Worth

$16 Million

Tom Coughlin's Salary

$7 Million
Last Updated: August 18, 2023
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Category:
Richest AthletesCoaches
Net Worth:
$16 Million
Salary:
$7 Million
Date of Birth:
Aug 31, 1946 (77 years old)
Place of Birth:
Waterloo
Gender:
Male
Profession:
American football player, Coach, American Football coach
Nationality:
United States of America
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What is Tom Coughlin's Net Worth and Salary?

Tom Coughlin is an American former professional football coach and executive with a net worth of $16 million. Tom Coughlin's salary as head coach of the New York Giants was $7 million. He coached the Giants from 2004 to 2015 and led them to two Super Bowl victories, both times against the New England Patriots (Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl XLVI).

Early Life

Thomas Richard Coughlin was born on August 31, 1946, in Waterloo, New York. He played football and basketball in high school. He once played against Jim Boeheim of Lyons High School in a basketball game. Tom idolized Heisman Trophy winner Ernie Davis and followed in his footsteps to Syracuse University. Coughlin was a three-year letter-winner on the football team under Hall of Fame coach Ben Schwartzwalder as the team's halfback. In 1967, Coughlin set the school's single-season pass receiving record. Jim Boeheim became Coughlin's residence advisor during Tom's senior year. Coughlin stayed at Syracuse after graduation to obtain his master's degree while working as a graduate assistant.

Coaching Career

Tom Coughlin began coaching at the collegiate level in the early 70s, beginning at Rochester Institute of Technology, and then moving to Syracuse University, and finally to Boston College. After two seasons with Boston College, he became the wide receivers' coach for the Philadelphia Eagles. He then moved on to the Green Bay Packers, returned to Boston College, and then became head coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars from 1995-2002.

Coughlin's first five seasons with the Jaguars were incredibly successful and they made it to the AFC Championship game twice. He was named NFL Coach of the Year for 1996. However, his later seasons were considerably less spectacular, and he was ultimately let go. He became head coach for the New York Giants in 2004, and had multiple ups and downs with the team. However, he managed to lead them to two Super Bowl Championships after becoming the coach, both times coming against the New England Patriots.

Following his time as head coach of the Giants, Coughlin was hired as senior advisor to the NFL's football operations department. And during halftime of a game between the Giants and Bengals at Metlife Stadium in November 2016, Tom was inducted into the Giants' Ring of Honor. He then returned to Jacksonville as executive vice president of football operations.

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Personal Life

In 1967 Tom Coughlin married his wife, Judy, and the couple had two daughters, Keli and Katie, and two sons, Brian and Tim. In 2021, Judy was diagnosed with progressive supranuclear palsy, and she passed away on November 2, 2022. Tom has 11 grandchildren.

He created the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation in 1996 while coaching at Jacksonville to assist children with leukemia and other cancers by providing emotional and financial support. It was named after Jay McGillis, a Boston College player who passed away from leukemia during Coughlin's tenure as head coach. As of 2020, the foundation had helped over 5,000 families of children with cancer with more than $13 million.

In 2012, Coughlin was awarded the Outstanding Civilian Service Award for his contributions to the US Army community while serving as head coach of the New York Giants.

Real Estate

In April 1999 Tom and Judy paid $800,000 for a beachfront home in Atlantic Beach, Florida. Today this property is worth $4-6 million.

In 2004 they paid $1.225 million for a home in Park Ridge, New Jersey. They sold this home in May 2019 for $883,000.

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