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Willie Brown Wiki/Biography
William Ferdie Brown was born on the 2nd December 1940, in Yazoo City, Mississippi USA, and is a retired professional American Football player, who is probably best recognized for playing in the position of cornerback in the American Football League (AFL) for such teams as the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders. His playing career was active from 1963 to 1978. He is also known for being a former coach; he currently works as an administrator for the Oakland Raiders.
So, have you ever wondered how rich Willie Brown is, as of mid-2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that the total size of Willie’s net worth is over $26 million, accumulated through his successful involvement in the sports industry not only as a professional football player, but also as a coach and administrator.
Willie Brown Net Worth $26 Million
Willie Brown spent his childhood in his hometown, where he attended Yazoo City High School and began playing football. Upon matriculation, he enrolled at Grambling State University, where he continued playing football, for the college team. Although he distinguished himself as a football player, he was not drafted until he finished with his education there in 1963, when he graduated with a BA degree in Health and Physical Education.
Nevertheless, right after graduation Willie’s professional football career began, as he signed a contract with the Houston Oilers of the American Football League (AFL) as a free agent, which marked the beginning of his net worth. However, by the end of the summer training camp, he had transferred to the Denver Broncos, signing a rookie contract. He made his debut in the position of a starter by mid-season, then during his second season in the game against the New York Jets, he set an individual record of all time which earned him All-AFL honors and participation in the AFL All-Star Game, when he made nine interceptions for 144 yards.
The 1967-1968 season Willie began as a part of the Oakland Raiders, which added a considerable amount to his net worth. During his time at the Raiders, he won selection in four NFL Pro Bowls as well as five AFL All-Star games. Moreover, he was named four times to the All-NFL, and three times the All-AFL, both consecutively from 1970 to 1973. During the Super Bowl XI, he set the record of 75 yards for a touchdown, thanks to which he achieved enormous popularity. He finished his professional playing career after the 1977-1978 season, having 54 interceptions returned for 472 yards and two touchdowns.
Thanks to his accomplishment in the sports industry, Willie was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1984. Beside that, he also selected a member of the American Football League All-Time Team.
In addition to his playing career as a professional footballer, Willie became a defensive backfield coach for the Oakland Raiders in 1979, staying in the position until 1988, and three years later was hired as the head coach for the Long Beach State 49ers, increasing his net worth by a large margin. In 1994, he briefly worked as the head coach at Jordan High School in Los Angeles, after which he returned to the Raiders to work as the Director of Staff Development. He still works in that position, increasing further his net worth.
When it comes to speak about his personal life, Willie Brown is married to Yvonne, with whom he has two daughters and now three grandchildren. He also has a son from his previous marriage.
|Net Worth||$26 Million|
|Date Of Birth||December 2, 1940|
|Place Of Birth||Yazoo City, Mississippi, United States|
|Education||Grambling State University|
|1||Ranks 21st on NFL All-Time Interceptions List (54).|
|2||Inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1984.|
|3||Cornerback with the Denver Broncos (1963-1966) and Oakland Raiders (1967-1978).|
|1977 AFC Championship Game||1978||TV Special||Himself - Oakland Raiders Cornerback|
|NFL Monday Night Football||1971-1977||TV Series||Himself - Oakland Raiders Cornerback|
|Super Bowl XI||1977||TV Special||Himself - Oakland Raiders Right Cornerback|
|1976 AFC Championship Game||1976||TV Movie||Himself - Oakland Raiders Cornerback|
|The NFL on NBC||1967-1976||TV Series||Himself - Oakland Raiders Cornerback / Himself - Tampa Bay Buccaneers Wide Receivers Coach|
|The Way It Was||1976||TV Series||Himself|
|1973 AFC Championship Game||1973||TV Movie||Himself - Oakland Raiders Cornerback|
|1971 NFL Pro Bowl||1971||TV Special||Himself - AFC Cornerback|
|1970 AFC Championship Game||1971||TV Movie||Himself - Oakland Raiders Cornerback|
|1969 AFL Championship Game||1970||TV Movie||Himself - Oakland Raiders Cornerback|
|1968 AFL Championship Game||1968||TV Special||Himself - Oakland Raiders Cornerback|
|AFL-NFL World Championship Game||1968||TV Special||Himself - Oakland Raiders Right Cornerback|
|1967 AFL Championship Game||1967||TV Movie||Himself - Oakland Raiders Cornerback|