Bob Papa is a well-known American sportscaster presently serving for Golf Channel, SiriusXM NFL radio, and New York Giants he broadcasts different Olympic sports for NBC Sports. Before that, he worked on NFL Network as the voice of Thursday Night Football up to 2010.
He worked for NHL on SportsChannel America as the studio host where his analyst was Denis Potvin from 1989 to 1992. Bob served on NFL games on NFL Network as a play-by-play from 2008 to 2010 before Brad Nessler restored his place. Presently Bob works on all NFL channels on Sirius Satellite Radio as the host of the show called Opening Drive.
Bob Papa Age
Bob Papa was born in Dumont, New Jersey, United States on September 19, 1964, and he is58 years of age.
Bob Papa Height
Papa stands at an average height of 5 ft 11 in ( Approx 1.8m).
Bob Papa Family
He was born and raised in Dumont, New Jersey, United States of America by his supportive parents, Bill his protective father. He has a sibling named Tom whom they were brought up together and professionally serves as a comedian.
Bob Papa Wife
He was married to Jen Papa his ex-wife. Bob and Jen were blessed with three lovely children called Will, Nicholas, and Christopher. Currently, he is dating his girlfriend named Kathleen Andrews, and the two share an awesome son named Maxx. He lives in New Jersey presently.
Bob Papa Education
Bob studied at Bergen Catholic High School based in nearby Oradell, and afterward joined Fordham University where in 1986 he graduated.
Bob Papa Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $74,195 and this is according to Golf Channel, SiriusXM NFL radio, and New York Giants hosts’ salaries.
Bob Papa’s Net Worth
Bob has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career as a host at Golf Channel, SiriusXM NFL radio, and New York Giants is the primary source of his income.
Bob Papa Career
Bob is presently serving for Golf Channel, SiriusXM NFL radio, and New York Giants as the host of the show called Opening Drive he broadcasts different Olympic sports for NBC Sports. Before that, he worked on NFL Network as the voice of Thursday Night Football up to 2010.
Bob as well serves at PGA Championship and Westwood One radio, calling the Masters, in the U.S. besides serving for Golf Channel. Before that, he served at HBO’s Boxing After Dark. His career began in Utica, N.Y where he was employed as a play-by-play immediately after completing his college studies. Since 1986 Bob has been working as the face and voice of countless sports programs.
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