Kordell Stewart Net Worth

Kordell Stewart Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Kordell Stewart net worth is
$20 Million

Kordell Stewart Wiki Biography

Kordell Stewart is a famous professional football player, ESPN analyst as well as a television personality. Kordell’s net worth is estimated to be $20 million as of 2017. Kordell has made most of his wealth by being a professional football player.

Kordell Stewart was born on the 1st January 1970 in New Orleans, United States, however, his father brought him up in Marrero which is in Louisiana. Kordell grew up without a mother because she passed away due to illness. As a tribute to his late mother, Kordell wears a shirt with the number 10 on it.

Kordell Stewart Net Worth $20 Million

Speaking about his career, the star played in the National Football League for many years, as the quarterback. Stewart is known for completing more than a half of his passes. His career started when he was still in college. He enrolled in the University of Colorado and began playing football, wtith he media stating that Colorado’s coach Bill McCartney was the one responsible for the career and the fame that Stewart now has, as the coach was the first one to notice Kordell’s natural talent for football. Interestingly enough he was a 60th pick back in 1995 when the famous Pittsburgh Steelers picked him to play on their team. He was also voted as a most versatile football player at the National Football League.

Kordell not only played as a quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers, but was also picked by such teams as the Baltimore Ravens and even the Chicago Bears. Playing for all three teams really increased the earnings of this great quarterback. He holds his personal best record of a whopping 38 touchdowns in a season, which is also the second best of all time, since the National Football League’s Steve Young still holds the first place with his 43 touchdowns. 2005 was the year when Kordell officially announced his retirement from football even though playing gave him such steady income over the years.

Kordell later went on to become a TV personality as he and his now ex-wife Porsha Williams Stewart were cast on the show called The Real Housewives of Atlanta and on a show called Deal on No Deal. Although more recently, given that Kordell has ended his career in football, he has become an analyst and he reports on the ESPN.

Speaking about his personal life Kordell Stewart was married to Porsha Williams Stewart, a rising singer and a reality television persona for about two years. They started having issues in their marriage so they went to see a couple’s therapist. Eventually they divorced as they were unable to work out all of their issues. In some of the interviews Porsha has started that Kordell forced her to sign the papers and she has also told the press she was unaware of what was happening. Kordell also has a son from his previous relationship.

It is no wonder Kordell Stewart has accumulated such great wealth since he was such a successful National Football League player.

Full NameKordell Stewart
Net Worth$20 Million
Date Of BirthOctober 16, 1972
Place Of BirthNew Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Height6 ft (1.85 m)
Weight218 lbs (98.88 kg)
ProfessionAmerican football player
EducationUniversity of Colorado Boulder, John Ehret High School
SpousePorsha Stewart (m. 2011–2013)
ParentsRobert Stewart Sr., Florence Stewart
SiblingsRobert Stewart Jr.
AwardsPro Bowl (2001), AFC Offensive Player of the Year (2001), Pittsburgh Steelers Team MVP (2001), Joe Greene Great Performance Award (1995)
NominationsNFL Draft: 1995 / Round: 2 / Pick: 60
TV ShowsDeal or No Deal, Pros vs. Joes (2007), College Football Live (2009, ESPN), 50 States Tour, NFL Live, NFL 32, Take 2, Mike and Mike in the Morning (ESPN shows), Platinum Weddings (WE tv, 2011)
1What I need is what I have with me.
1Pittsburgh, PA: Officially retired after signing a 1-day contact with the Pittsburgh Steelers. Stewart last played in the NFL in 2005 for the Baltimore Ravens. [May 2012]
2Released by The Baltimore Ravens and no NFL teams have expressed interest in him, which could force him into retirement. [November 2005]
3Back Up Quarterback for The Baltimore Ravens in his 11th NFL Season. [November 2005]
4In 2003, For The Chicago Bears, his record was 2-5. He barely completed 50 percent of his passes, threw five more interceptions (12) than touchdown passes (seven) and had an abysmal 56.8 passer rating. He also ran for 290 yards and scored three times, including the only touchdown in a 19-10 upset of Denver.
5An AFC pro personnel director said of him: "People evaluate him as a guy who has to have the pieces around him to succeed," "and he has to be put in situations where he makes certain throws. People who want athletic quarterbacks are going to look at younger guys like (Buffalo's J.P.) Losman or (Washington's Jason) Campbell rather than trying to resume Kordell's career."
6On his release from The Baltimore Ravens, An NFL Scout stated: "The problem is that he's not 'Slash' anymore". "He can't run like he once did". "What made him attractive in 2001 was his ability to improvise and escape, and that's not longer there". "He doesn't scare anyone anymore when the ball is in his hands". "He certainly doesn't scare them when it's in the air".
7Played with The Pittsburgh Steelers from 1995 to 2002. Played with The Chicago Bears in 2003 and from 2004-present is with The Baltimore Ravens.
8On being released by The Steelers on February 11, 2003: "I'm a starter, I want to be a starter and they know I'm a starter". "Everybody knows that. I am a starter in this league and I can be a starter in this league for a few more years."
9His 11 rushing TDs as a QB in 1997 ranks 2nd in NFL history to Patriot Steve Grogan's 12 rushing TDs in 1976.
10Ranks 3rd in Pittsburgh annals in completion percentage and QB rating, but ahead of Terry Bradshaw, the team record-holder in every other passing category.
11Kordell is a big supporter of Children's hospitals, and makes numerous visits to sick children and He also hosts children from the Make-A-Wish foundation.
12Pro Bowl, strong-armed, veteran QB with 124 games of NFL experience who Has exceptional mobility, leading all active NFL QBs with 38 career rushing TDs.
13Earned the "Slash" moniker (given to him by Steeler head coach Bill Cowher as a rookie) for contributing as a WR/RB while being eased into the QB position during his 1st 2 NFL seasons ('95 and '96).


KaBlam!1998TV SeriesKordell Stewart


Steve Harvey2016TV SeriesHimself
30 for 302015TV Series documentaryHimself
A Football Life2012-2015TV SeriesHimself
The Real Housewives of Atlanta2012-2013TV SeriesHimself
Mike & Mike2011TV SeriesHimself - Host / Himself
Tazón Latino II2008TV Movie
Deal or No Deal2007TV SeriesHimself
17th Annual American Century Championship2006TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Beyond the Glory2005TV Series documentaryHimself
NFL on FOX2000-2004TV SeriesHimself - Baltimore Ravens Quarterback / Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
The Sports List2004TV SeriesHimself - Guest Speaker
NFL Game of the Week2004TV SeriesHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Starting Quarterback
NFL Monday Night Football1995-2003TV SeriesHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback / Himself - Chicago Bears Quarterback
ESPN's Sunday Night Football1997-2003TV SeriesHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback / Himself - Chicago Bears Quarterback
2001 AFC Championship Game2002TV SpecialHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
The NFL on CBS1998-2000TV SeriesHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback / Himself - Pittsburgh Steelers Flanker
The Superstars1998TV MovieHimself - Competitor
1997 AFC Championship Game1998TV MovieHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
The NFL on NBC1995-1997TV SeriesHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
Late Show with David Letterman1997TV SeriesHimself
TNT Sunday Night Football1997TV SeriesHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
Super Bowl XXX1996TV SpecialHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback / Wide Receiver
1995 AFC Championship Game1996TV MovieHimself - Pittsburgh Steelers Quarterback
1995 NFL Draft1995TV MovieHimself - 60th Overall Pick
1995 IBM OS/2 Fiesta Bowl1995TV MovieHimself - Colorado Buffaloes Quarterback(Co-MVP)

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