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Marcellus Wiley Biography, Age, Height, Book,Net Worth and Interview

Marcellus Wiley born as Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr. is a retired American football defensive end. He played 10 seasons in the National Football League for four teams

Marcellus Wiley Biography

Marcellus Wiley born as Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr. is a retired American football defensive end. He played 10 seasons in the National Football League(NFL) for four teams. He was selected with the 22nd pick of the second round of the 1997 NFL Draft out of Columbia University by the Buffalo Bills.

After four seasons with the Bills, he played for the San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys and Jacksonville Jaguars. He was selected to the AFC Pro Bowl team in 2001, as a member of the San Diego Chargers.

He formerly co-hosted SportsNation on ESPN, as well as an afternoon drive-time sports talk radio show on ESPN 710AM in Los Angeles and are currently a member of Fox Sports 1. In 2018, Wiley’s book Never Shut Up: The Life, Opinions, and Unexpected Adventures of an NFL Outlier were released.

Marcellus Wiley Age

He was born on November 30, 1974, in Compton, California. He is 44 years old as of 2018.

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He measures 1.93 (6 feet 4 inches) meters tall.
He weighs 125 kilograms.
She is an American and black ethnicity.

Marcellus Wiley Wife

Wiley is happily married to a beautiful lady named Annemarie Wiley. The couple got married in June 2014 after several years of dating. They got engaged in September 2012.  Annemarie is a Nurse Anesthetist who started working at Keck Medicine of USC, San Pablo Los Angeles in 2013. She is a native of Abbotsford, British Columbia.

Marcellus Wiley Daughter

He has a daughter named Morocco Alise Wiley who was born in 1999, two years after Wiley had started his professional football career. Marcellus once posted a photo of his daughter wearing a UCONN jersey and it appears that the little cutey studies at the University of Connecticut.

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He formerly co-hosted SportsNation on ESPN, as well as an afternoon drive-time sports talk radio show on ESPN 710AM in Los Angeles and are currently a member of Fox Sports 1. In 2018, Wiley’s book Never Shut Up: The Life, Opinions, and Unexpected Adventures of an NFL Outlier were released.

Marcellus Wiley Stats

Year

Team

Games

Combined Tackles

Tackles

Assisted Tackles

Sacks

Forced Fumbles

Fumble Recoveries

1997

BUF

16

15

11

4

0.0

1

1

1998

BUF

16

24

17

7

3.5

0

1

1999

BUF

16

25

19

6

5.0

0

0

2000

BUF

16

65

40

25

10.5

3

1

2001

SD

14

48

38

10

13.0

5

0

2002

SD

14

35

30

5

6.0

1

0

2003

SD

16

51

38

13

3.0

2

1

2004

DAL

16

38

31

7

3.0

1

0

2005

JAX

11

6

6

0

0.0

0

0

2006

JAX

12

13

8

5

0.0

0

0

Career

147

320

238

82

44.0

13

4

 Marcellus Wiley Salary

Wiley earned millions of dollars from his ten-year NFL career. In 2001, his deal with the Chargers, per ESPN was said to be worth $40 million for 6 years, however, Wiley stayed with the Chargers for just two seasons. In 2004, Wiley joined his father’s favorite team Dallas Cowboys in a 4-year contract worth $16 million including a $4.5 million signing bonus. His base salary on the contract was $660,000 with the capacity to rise to $2 million a year later in 2005.

Calculating those numbers, Wiley had a good time in the NFL. It is not known how much he earns from his post-NFL job as a sports analyst. However, his net worth is estimated to be at least $5 million.

Marcellus Wiley Book| Marcellus Wiley Never Shut Up

Ex-NFL player, gentleman scholar, and Fox Sports personality Marcellus Wiley sucks you into a world of inner-city violence, Ivy League intrigue, and pro-football escapades that’s one part touching, one part hilarious, and all parts impossible to put down.

Marcellus Wiley has never had a problem expressing his opinion, whether it was growing up in Compton with a football tucked under his arm, or going to college at Columbia University, where he learned to survive Advanced Calculus and self-important pseudo-intellectuals. Or making it to the NFL against all odds, where he put together a ten-year career of massive paydays, massive painkillers, and massive sacks of everyone from Steve Young to Peyton Manning.

Now, in Never Shut Up, Fox Sports’ hottest rising persona doesn’t hold back as he goes off on everything that’s controversial with the game today, from concussions to political protests to inherent violence that’s worse than the hood he grew up in. Not because he hates football, but because he wants to save it.

Marcellus has never held back, even when a lot of people wanted him to. Now, he’s letting it all hang out–right there on each page. Way more than just another book about the latest NFL scandals, this warm, moving, and genuinely funny story of awkward transitions, family loyalty, fame, fortune, and failure will make you fall in love with Marcellus–and football–all over again.

In Never Shut Up, Marcellus will take you on a truly unique journey from Crenshaw to Broadway to the Buffalo Bills and back again, sometimes making you laugh, sometimes making you cry, but always leaving you entertained.

Marcellus Wiley Contract

Marcellus has an estimated net worth of $ 5 million dollars. Wiley got most of his net worth from his former football career. After his retirement, he joined ESPN to become an NFL Analyst which he does to date as of 2019.

Marcellus Wiley Show

In 2010, he was the host for the tv show Winners Bracket. He left the show in 2012. He was also a cast at SportsNation between 2009 and 2018. He has been a cast for the Speak for Yourself show since 2016.

Marcellus Wiley Flat Earth

Marcellus Wiley Backs Kyrie Irving’s Belief in a Flat Earth

Kudos to Marcellus Wiley for being open-minded enough to ponder a new paradigm. A notable quote was, “At 36,000 ft I saw the skyline. And you know what I didn’t see? Around skyline. It was flat from the left. And I went on the other side of the plane… it was flat on the right! And you know what Kyrie has done broke it down! If ya’ll don’t wanna get on this train…” Kyrie Irving’s Flat Earth Debut from 30,000 ft has become quite the trend.

Marcellus Wiley Columbia

He was selected with the 22nd pick of the second round of the 1997 NFL Draft out of Columbia University by the Buffalo Bills. At Columbia University, Wiley played tailback, defensive end, and kick returner for the Lions. He was a first-team All-American, an All-Ivy League pick. Wiley graduated from Columbia in 1997 with a degree in sociology.

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Marcellus Wiley Speak For Yourself

Marcellus Wiley Millionaire Matchmaker

Wiley debuted on a November 2011 episode of Bravo’s Millionaire Matchmaker. Season 5, Episode 12: “The Player and the Piano Player” ended when Wiley successfully found a romantic interest.

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