About Trent Dilfer
It has been calculated that the overall amount of Trent Dilfer net worth is as much as 8 million dollars. He has earned a huge part of his net worth because of his career in the National Football League, where he was playing as a quarterback. However, currently, he is retired from his professional football career.
In 1994, he participated in the NFL Draft, where he was chosen as the 6th overall pick by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. In addition to playing with this team, Trent Dilfer was a member of the Baltimore Ravens, the Cleveland Browns, the San Francisco 49ers and the Seattle Seahawks. Thus, playing in all of these teams made his name popular and also increased the overall estimate of Trent Dilfer net worth.
Before he started his career in the NFL, Trent Dilfer was playing college football at California State University. In 1997, as a player for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Trent Dilfer was selected to Pro Bowl. As a player with the Baltimore Ravens, Trent Dilfer became a winner of Super Bowl XXXV in a game against the New York Giants. After his retirement, he became a broadcaster and currently, he is working as an NFL analyst for ESPN.
This involvement has added up to the overall size of Trent Dilfer net worth, as well.
Born in 1972, Trent Dilfer was a student at Aptos High School in California. After high school, he attended Fresno State, where he played with its football team for two and a half years. As a player for the team, Trent Dilfer started in two bowl games. In his junior year, he was titled the WAC Offensive Player of the Year. At that time, Trent Dilfer also set some records, such as for consecutive pass attempts without an interception, which was broken by Andre’ Woodson in 2007.
In 1994, he began his professional football career when he was chosen in the NFL Draft to play with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. What is even more interesting is that he missed his senior year at university in order to participate in the Draft. He played in this team until 2000 when he signed a contract with the Baltimore Ravens. In 2001, he signed a contract with another team, that being the Seattle Seahawks. In 2005, Trent Dilfer was traded to the Cleveland Browns. In 2006, he was traded to the San Francisco 49ers. In 2008, he reported that he would be retiring from his career in professional sports although his career as a football player has made him popular and also increased the overall sum of Trent Dilfer net worth.
In 2006, he became a broadcaster when he started to appear as a guest analyst for the NFL Network. One year later, Trent Dilfer appeared on the NFL Network’s pregame show. He appeared in many other programs on this channel, such as the 2008 Senior Bowl and the 2008 NFL playoffs. In 2008, Trent Dilfer became an NFL analyst for ESPN, where he is still working today.