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How Much Is Ed Werder Net Worth? Know In Detail About His Income Sources And Career

Shree Krishna Wed Dec, 2018
How Much Is Ed Werder Net Worth? Know In Detail About His Income Sources And Career

NFL is one of the most profitable professional sports. Association with one of the marketable sport comes handy of sound income. Along with NFL stars like Aaron Rodgers, Alex Smith, Tom Bardy, Ed Werder is one on the list who make millions as well. With a career spanning19 years at ESPN, covering the news of NFL, Ed Werder is obvious to own a huge net worth. 

Ed Werder is an American sports reporter, widely known as the Dallas based reporter for ESPN. Werder currently works as a sideline reporter for Westwood One, covering NFL games.

Wish to know how much Ed has earned during his time at ESPN. Just keep scrolling.

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Ed Werder Net Worth in 2018

Ed Werder served as an NFL correspondent for CNNSI on CNN's show, including Sports Tonight and Sunday NFL Preview before he teamed up with ESPN. Ed worked for CNN for four years.

Ed joined ESPN as a Dallas Cowboys, one of the wealthiest NFL clubs, beat writer. The Cowboys is worth $4 billion - $4.2 billion. His association with ESPN lived from 1998 to 2017. The association laid his career on success and established him financially. As of 2018, Ed has a net worth of $19 million.

Ed's earnings from CNN and Westwood One hasn't been revealed. However, he enjoyed a hefty income during his time at ESPN. Ed roughly took home $85,000 annually from ESPN. While at the Dallas Morning News. His documentary on the twisted relationship between the Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and the then head coach Jimmy Johnson was highly praised.

With such a portfolio, it comes with no surprise Ed has a net worth of $19 million on today's date.

Ed Werder: One of NFL's reporting gem

Born on May 3, 1960, Ed Werder was inclined towards journalism since a young age. With his parents having his back, Ed laid the foundation since his teens. After graduating in journalism from the University of Northern Colorado in 1982, Ed took on as NFL correspondent for CNNSI on CNN. 

ESPN hired Ed as a sports reporter in 1998. During his 19-year career at ESPN, Ed covered NFL news including NFL Live, SportsCenter, Monday Night Countdown and Sunday NFL Countdown. Ed waved ESPN goodbye on April 26, 2017.

For his prolific career, Ed was honored by Dick McCann Award for the Professional Football Writer of American in June 2017

Hope his glorious run continues with the Westwood One. Moreover, his net worth is also expected to increase in the coming years.

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