Brandon Noble Bio, Age, Height, Wife, Salary, Net Worth, NFL

By | February 5, 2023

Brandon Noble Biography

Brandon Noble an American retired football defensive tackle known for having played in the National Football League for the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Cowboys Washington Redskins.

Brandon Noble Age

Brandon was born on April 10, 1974 in San Rafael, California, United States of America,

Brandon Noble Height

Noble stands tall at a height of 6 ft 2 inches ( Approx 1.88 m).

Brandon Noble Education

He enrolled and later graduated with a high school diploma from First Colonial High School. He played as a defensive and offensive lineman an in his senior year became the Class AAA State Player of the Year.

He earned a football scholarship that Penn State University and endured adversity in his early career by breaking his leg and missing the 1993 season.In spring of 1994 as well lost 40 pounds because of a bout with mononucleosis. He earned 22 tackles and 2 sacks during Penn State’s undefeated 1994 season as a sophomore.

Brandon Noble Family

Brandon information about his family are publicly unavailable, this section will be updated as soon as the information is made public.

Brandon Noble Wife

He is married to Mary Kate. The pair in the Thanksgiving weekend of the 2000 season wedded each other. The duo are blessed with three children called Grace, Conner, and Jackson. Brandon got to be the spokesperson as of June 2017, for the MRSA Survivors Network.

Brandon Noble Salary

Brandon earns an annual estimated salary of $70,286

Brandon Noble Net Worth

Noble has an estimated net worth range of $1 million – $5 million.

Brandon Noble Career

After the 1997 NFL Draft, he gots signed by the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted free agent. On August 19, he got signed and waived to the practice squad on November 12 for a week and then cut again on November 18th.

On January 13, 1998, he got signed with the 49ers who then allocated him to NFL Europe to the Barcelona Dragons. He got back to training camp on August 25 and was released and got signed to the practice squad for the final four weeks of the season before being waived on December 3.

He crrently guest on DC101’s “Elliot in the Morning”, NFL in Washington, D.C. sharing analysis and NFL news and as well serves as the co-host of a two-hour podcast from 7 pm to 9 pm on called 215 Live that airs every Monday night.

He as well played college football at the University of Penn State and as well along with Jason Smith on the ESPN Radio show called AllNight as a regular guest.

He features on the show during the NFL season. During the show, Jason Smith would dial-up Brandon’s phone number only to get the “caller ID” message and that Jason would get through as an NFL player or coach making news that week by identifying himself. He as well features via the OnStar hotline when either Amy Lawrence or Bob Valvano is filling in for Smith on AllNight.

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