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Jon Daniel Runyan Wiki/Biography
Jon Runyan was born on 27 November 1973, in Flint, Michigan USA, and is a politician and retired professional American Football player, but probably best known to have been the US Representative for New Jersey’s 3rd congressional district from 2011 to 2015., having previously played in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 seasons. All of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Jon Runyan? As of mid-2017, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $7 million, earned through success in professional football and politics. He now works for the NFL as their Vice President of the Policy and Rules administration. As he continues his endeavors, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Jon Runyan Net Worth $7 million
Jon attended Carman-Ainsworth High School, and was a two-time Michigan High School Athletic Association state shot put champion. He also played basketball and was recruited by Michigan State, but declined since he wanted to play football, so he then played for the university’s Michigan Wolverines football team.
Runyan joined the 1996 NFL Draft and was selected by the Houston Oilers, 109th in the 4th round. He became a starter during his rookie season, and then moved with the team to Tennessee. In 1999, he along with the newly named Tennessee Titans squad reached Super Bowl XXXIV. Afterwards, he signed with the Philadelphia Eagles, and was given a six-year $30 million contract which increased his net worth significantly, so becoming the highest paid offensive lineman in NFL history during the time. He was selected to the Pro Bowl in 2002, and he re-signed with the team in 2006, subsequently setting a streak of having 190 consecutive regular season games, which is remarkable for an offensive lineman. He also started in all 18 playoff games his teams appeared in during his streak. In 2009, he had to undergo microfracture surgery, after which he played for the San Diego Chargers for five games before retiring.
In 2009, Jon announced his congressional bid, and would win, making him the fourth NFL player to be elected into Congress. He continued to be re-elected until 2014 when he decided not to seek re-election. He sponsored 15 pieces of legislation during his tenure, and supported the payroll tax cut, balanced budget amendment, and defunding of National Public Radio. He was also the sponsor to pass the amendment to the Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act of 2014. He worked on several committees including the House Armed Services Committee and the House Committee on Veterans Affairs. Two years after ending his political run, he then started working with NFL as their Vice President of Policy and Rules administration. Thanks to all of these opportunities, his net worth has increased further.
For his personal life, it is known that Jon married Loretta and they have three children. His son Jon Runyan Jr. has played for the Michigan Wolverines as an offensive line. Runyan also appeared in an episode of “It’s Always Sunny in a Philadelphia” as a construction worker.
|Full Name||Jon Runyan|
|Net Worth||$7 Million|
|Date Of Birth||November 27, 1973|
|Place Of Birth||Flint, Michigan, USA|
|Height||6' 7" (2.01 m)|
|Profession||Former U.S. Representative, American Football player|
|Education||University of Pennsylvania, Carman-Ainsworth High School, University of Michigan–Flint, Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, University of Michigan|
|Children||Jon Runyan, Jr., Isabella Runyan, Alyssa Runyan|
|1||Won election as representative of New Jersey's 3rd Congressional district. [November 2010]|
|2||Wins the Republican primary election for New Jersey's 3rd Congressional district. Runyan will face Democratic incumbent John Adler in November. [June 2010]|
|3||Starting Tackle for The Philadelphia Eagles. [November 2005]|
|4||Republican U.S. Congressional representative from New Jersey, 3 January 2011-present.|
|5||Professional football player. Tackle with the Houston/Tennessee Oilers/Tennessee Titans (1996-1999), Philadelphia Eagles (2000-2008), and San Diego Chargers (2009).|
|6||He was named to Fox Sports analyst Howie Long's 2000 "Tough Guys" team.|
|7||He was named to the 2001 All-Madden team and the All-NFL Interview Team.|
|A Football Life||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|Congressional Hearing on Sexual Misconduct Allegations at Lackland Air Force Base||2013||TV Special||Himself - Member of Congress|
|Hardball with Chris Matthews||2013||TV Series||Himself|
|NFL Monday Night Football||2001-2008||TV Series||Himself - Philadelphia Eagles Tackle|
|NBC Sunday Night Football||2006-2007||TV Series||Himself - Philadelphia Eagles Tackle / Himself - Philadelphia Eagles Right Tackle|
|ESPN's Sunday Night Football||1998-2005||TV Series||Himself - Philadelphia Eagles Tackle / Himself - Tennessee Titans Tackle / Himself - Tennessee Oilers Tackle|
|Super Bowl XXXIX||2005||TV Special||Himself - Philadelphia Eagles Tackle|
|NFL on FOX||1997-2002||TV Series||Himself - Philadelphia Eagles Tackle / Himself - Tennessee Oilers Tackle / Himself - Tennesee Oilers Tackle|
|Super Bowl XXXIV||2000||TV Movie||Himself - Tennessee Titans Right Tackle|
|1999 AFC Championship Game||2000||TV Movie||Himself - Tennessee Titans Tackle|
|The NFL on CBS||1998||TV Series||Himself - Tennessee Oilers Tackle / Himself - Tennessee Oilers tackle / Himself - Yennessee Oilers Tackle|
|The NFL on NBC||1997||TV Series||Himself - Tennessee Oilers Tackle / Himself Tennessee Oilers Tackle|