Drew Bledsoe Net Worth

Drew Bledsoe Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Drew McQueen Bledsoe net worth is
$48 Million

Drew McQueen Bledsoe Wiki Biography

Drew McQueen Bledsoe was born on the 14th February 1972, in Ellensburg, Washington State USA, and is best known for being a retired professional American football player, who played in the position of quarterback in the NFL for three teams – the New England Patriots, Buffalo Bills, and Dallas Cowboys. His professional career was active between1993 to 2006.

Have you ever wondered how rich Drew Bledsoe is? According to sources, it has been stated that the current amount of Bledsoe’s net worth reaches an estimated $48 million as of early 2016, with the main source of this sum of being, of course, his career as a professional football player in the NFL. Currently, he is the offensive quarterbacks coach at Summit High School and this is another source of his wealth.

Drew Bledsoe Net Worth $48 Million

Drew Bledsoe started showing an interest and skills in football during attending Walla Walla High School, sand became a member of the school team and named to a first team All-State selection by the Tacoma News Tribune. Although he was very active in basketball and track as well, Bledsoe decided to concentrate on a career as a professional football player. Thus, as he continued education at Washington State University, he continued playing football for the college team, where he spent three years. In his first season, he was named as Pac-10 Offensive Player of the year, however, his second season was nowhere near his accomplishments of the first season, in which he led the college team to 9-3 record.

Regardless, he decided to forgo his senior season, and enter the 1993 NFL Draft. Drew was drafted as the first overall pick by the New England Patriots, who struggled a lot in those years, however, under Drew`s tenure, Patriots became a winning franchise. During his tenure with Patriots, his net worth increased by a large margin, as thanks to his great performance, he earned contract extensions and also bonuses. With the Patriots he won his only Super Bowl Championship, in the 2001 season, leading his team to victory against the St. Louis Rams. Furthermore, he made three Pro Bowl appearances in 1994, 1996 and 1997, and was also named into the Patriots Football Hall Of Fame in 2011.

In 2002, he was traded to the Buffalo Bills, and in his first season made his fourth and last Pro Bowl appearance. In 2004 he was released by the Bills, as his performance wasn`t as great as the managers expected, however, he was soon signed by the Dallas Cowboys on a three year contract worth $23 million, which certainly added to his overall net worth. He was released by the club after the 2006 season, as his performance on the field wasn`t something to talk about, and he was replaced by Tony Romo. As a consequence, Drew`s new role was as a back-up, but he wasn`t satisfied with that, which eventually led to his release.

When he retired, in 2007 Drew Bledsoe established the Doubleback Winery, with his close friend Chris Figgins, now owning vineyards located in and around Walla Walla, Washington. The wine was placed on the 53rd overall in Wine Spectator’s Top 100 Wine.

When it comes to his personal life, Drew Bledsoe is married to Maura, with whom he has four children. After his official retirement, Bledsoe devoted himself to family, and in free time he works for many philanthropic organizations. Their current residence is in Bend, Oregon.

Full NameDrew Bledsoe
Net Worth$48 Million
Date Of BirthFebruary 14, 1972
Place Of BirthEllensburg, Washington, USA
Height6' 5" (1.96 m)
Weight108 kg
ProfessionAmerican football player
EducationWashington State University
SpouseMaura Bledsoe
ChildrenJohn Bledsoe, Healy Bledsoe, Henry Bledsoe, Stuart McQueen Bledsoe
ParentsBarbara Bledsoe, Mac Bledsoe
SiblingsAdam Bledsoe
NominationsHeisman Trophy
1Inducted into the State of Washington Sports Hall of Fame in 2012.
2Inducted into the Washington State University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001.
3Signed by former coach Bill Parcells, to become starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys. [February 2005]
4Starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills [August 2003]
5Announced his retirement from the NFL. [April 2007]
6Being released from the Buffalo Bills. [February 2005]
7Inducted into the New England Patriots Hall of Fame in 2011.
8Ran a 4.7 40 yard dash time before his rookie season.
9He came in and played in the second quarter of the AFC championship game of 2001 because Tom Brady got hurt. Although he led the team to a 24-17 victory, he got hit in a similar way of the hit during the Jets' game earlier in the season which put him out for months, but this time he got up alright. Tom Brady got healthy the next week and was ready to play super bowl XXXVI.
10New England Patriots All Time Leader in Passing Yards (29,657).
11Grandfather, Albert McQueen Bledsoe, was a ship's captain during World War II and a Rear Admiral.
12Serves as International Chairman of the Children's Miracle Network.
13The first overall pick in the 1993 draft.
14Youngest quarterback in NFL history to reach the 10,000 yard plateau.
15New York Jets linebacker Mo Lewis knocked Bledsoe out with a crushing hit that put him in the hospital with a sheared blood vessel in his chest and took him out of action for 8 weeks. [September 2001]
16Had seven consecutive 3,000 yard seasons.
17He and wife, Maura, have three sons, Stuart McQueen (b. 16 October 1997), John (b. 5 May 1999) and Hank and a daughter, Healey Elizabeth.
18New England Patriots trade Bledsoe to the Buffalo Bills for Buffalo's first-round pick in 2003 after a 9-year career in which he rewrote the record books but watched from the sideline while his backup, Tom Brady, led the team to its first Super Bowl championship. [April 2002]
19Was selected with the first pick in 1993 by the New England Patriots.
20Played on two Patriot Super Bowl teams (1997 and 2002).
21Professional football player


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