|Celebrated Name:||Marcellus Wiley|
|Real Name/Full Name:||Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr.|
|Age:||45 years old|
|Birth Date:||November 30, 1974|
|Birth Place:||Compton, California, U.S.A.|
|Wife/Spouse (Name):||Annemarie Wiley(m.2014)|
|Children/Kids (Son and Daughter):||Yes (Morocca and Marcellus Wiley Jr.)|
|Is Marcellus Wiley Gay?:||No|
|Profession:||American Football Player|
|Net Worth in 2020:||$6 million|
|Last Updated:||July 2020|
Marcellus Wiley is a former American football defensive end player from America. He played professional football in the National Football League for ten seasons for four teams. He is also famous for being the former co-host on the sports channel ESPN.
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Early Life & Biography
Marcellus Wiley was born in Compton, California, on November 30, 1974. He was born to parents, Charles Wiley, his father, and Valerie Howard, his mother. Marcellus completed his high school from Saint Monica Catholic High School in Santa Monica, California. Wiley was an active participant in sports in high school and was good in American football as well as track & field games.
He was also a National typewriting Champion in 1988. After completing his high school, Wiley took admission to Columbia University and completed his graduation with a degree in sociology in 1997. Wiley played football in his University as a tailback, defensive end, and kick returner for the Lions. After his exceptional performance for his University, he was picked in the All-American and All-Ivy League.
Taking a peek into Marcellus Wiley’s personal life, Marcellus is married to Annemarie Wiley. They married in 2014. The couple gave birth to a son in 2015 named Marcellus Wiley Jr. Marcellus has a daughter named Moroccan Alise Wiley from his previous relationship. Moroccan was born in the year 1999.
Age, Height, and Weight
Being born on November 30 1974, Marcellus Wiley is 45 years old as of today’s date 13th July 2020. His height is 1.93 m tall, and his weight is 125 kg.
After being picked by the All-American and All-Ivy League and being a part of a draft of 1997 for Columbia University for Buffalo Bills, Wiley started his professional career as a situational pass rusher. He played in this position for three years and recorded nine sacks in these years.
Wiley made his National Football League appearance for the Buffalo Bills as a replacement Hall-of-Famer Bruce Smith as he transferred to play for Washington Redskins. He took the position of the defensive end for the Bills. In his ten years long career, he played for four teams in the NFL. He played for Buffalo Bills for four seasons. After that, he played for San Diego Chargers for three seasons, a season for Dallas Cowboys, and finally playing two seasons for Jacksonville Jaguars.
After retiring from playing Football, Wiley went on to become a host for NFL Live on ESPN was a substitute co-host for Mike and Mike in the Morning. Wiley co-hosted Winners Bracket with Michelle Beadle for two years from 2010 to 2012. He became a co-host of SportsNation in January 2013. After working for eight years in ESPN, he left and joined Fox Sports 1 network in 2018. He became a co-host along with Jason Whitlock.
Awards & Achievements
Marcellus Wiley is a famous former defensive back player in the NFL and a successful host in the sports industry. In his ten years long career in football, He was selected to the AFC Pro Bowl team in 2001, as a member of the San Diego Chargers.
Net Worth & Salary of Marcellus Wiley in 2020
Marcellus Wiley’s main source of income is from his career in football and as a host in sports network channels. His salary is unknown, but he has an estimated net worth of $6 million as of July 2020.
Marcellus Wiley is a renowned former player in National Football League playing for four major teams across ten seasons. After his NFL career, he co-founded Prolebrity, which is a sports community of former athletes who collectively express their viewpoints, publicize their businesses, charities, and events, and connect with other athletes, fans, and business opportunities.