Kirby Keyes Wilson is an American football coach who now serves as the head coach of the United States Football League’s Pittsburgh Maulers (USFL). He previously spent 23 seasons coaching running backs in the National Football League (NFL). He worked as an offensive line coach for the New England Patriots, Washington Redskins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Pittsburgh Steelers, Minnesota Vikings, Cleveland Browns, Arizona Cardinals, and Las Vegas Raiders. Continue reading to learn more about Kirby Wilson net worth, salary, wife and other details.
Kirby Wilson net worth as of 2022
Wilson is one of the wealthiest football players in America. Wilson is also include in the lists of notable persons born on August 24th and the wealthiest celebrities in the United States. Kirby Wilson has a net worth of $1.5 million, according to our research based on an online site.
His estimate net worth hasn’t been updated in a long time. Salaries for NFL players vary greatly. NFL rookies make between $400,000 and $600,000 a year at the lowest level. Stars can make up to $50 million at the top of their game. The salary cap in the NFL is around $175 million.
Kirby Wilson Career and Earnings/Salary
Kirby Wilson was a member of Susan Miller Dorsey High School’s football team in high school. Wilson was a member of the Illinois Fighting Illini football team in college.
Wilson was a member of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Toronto Argonauts in the past. Kirby Wilson’s career accomplishments include being a two-time Super Bowl champion and a co-champion of the Western Athletic Conference.
Wilson has coached for the following teams: Pasadena City College, Los Angeles Southwest College, Southern Illinois, Wyoming Cowboys football, Iowa State Cyclones football, New England Patriots, Washington Redskins, USC Trojans football, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Arizona Cardinals, Pittsburgh Steelers, Minnesota Vikings, and Cleveland Browns.
Who is the wife of an American football coach?
Danielle Wilson’s wife is an American football coach. Danielle Wilson is a well-known American personality. She is best known as Graeme Souness’ ex-wife. He was a midfielder for Liverpool, Middlesbrough, and the Scottish national team before becoming a player-manager with the Rangers and eventually managing many professional clubs.
She’s in her forties. She is of mixed heritage and possesses American citizenship. She is well-educate in terms of her education.
How did Kirby Wilson complete his college life?
Wilson attended Dorsey High School in Los Angeles for his high school education. Wilson transferred from Pasadena City College to play at the University of Illinois. In 1989, he graduated from Eastern Illinois University with a bachelor’s degree in arts.
Wilson was a defensive back and kick returner with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Toronto Argonauts in the Canadian Football League between 1983 and 1984.
Wilson has coached at Pasadena City College, Los Angeles Southwest College, Southern Illinois, Wyoming, USC, and Iowa State at the college level. Kirby is a member of the fraternity Iota Phi Theta. Prior to entering the NFL, he led Iowa State RB Troy Davis to over 2,000 yards rushing in 1995 and over 2,100 yards rushing in 1996.
How did he start his professional career?
Wilson was hire as the New England Patriots’ running backs coach in 1997. He was later hire by the Washington Redskins in 2000, where he worked in the same role as with the Patriots. Wilson was hire as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ running backs coach in 2002.
In 2004, the Arizona Cardinals hired Wilson as their running backs coach. After Dick Hoak retired, Wilson was hire as the Pittsburgh Steelers’ running backs coach in January 2007. When Mike Tomlin took over the Steelers after Bill Cowher quit in early 2007, he hire him. Wilson was hire as the Minnesota Vikings’ running backs coach in 2014.
The Cleveland Browns signed Kirby Wilson as their running backs coach in 2016. Wilson was hire as the Arizona Cardinals’ running backs coach on February 14, 2018, and he return to the team on February 14, 2018. He was appoint as the Oakland Raiders’ running backs coach on February 15, 2019. Wilson announced his retirement on July 16, 2021. Wilson was name Head Coach of the Pittsburgh Maulers of the United States Football League on January 20, 2022. (USFL).