Brian Baldinger is a popular American journalist presently serving at NFL Network as an analyst for the television show NFL Total Access. Brian is a retired professional American football offensive lineman in the National Football League for Philadelphia Eagles, Indianapolis Colts, and also Dallas Cowboys. In addition, as an analyst, he covered the Philadelphia Eagles preseason games together with Scott Graham.

Brian Baldinger Age

Brian Baldinger was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, on January 7, 1959, and he’s 62 years of age.

Brian Baldinger Height

Baldinger stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 4 in (Approx. 1.93 m).

Brian Baldinger Family

Brian was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States, to his loving and protective parents afterward, his family relocated to Apple Valley, Minnesota and they later migrated to Massapequa, New York. He has two awesome younger brothers called Gary and Rich who both played in the National Football League.

Brian Baldinger Wife

Brian prefers a private life where he has not disclosed any information regarding his marital status hence it’s not known if he’s single, dating, or married.

Brian Baldinger Education

Brian studied at Massapequa High School, in 1979,  he later went to Duke University and was converted to a guard because of his blocking ability. In addition, he was chosen as the team’s most improved player and he began the 11 games as a senior.

Brian Baldinger Salary

Brian receives an annual salary of $143,670 and this is according to NFL Network analysts’ salaries.

Brian Baldinger’s Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million to $5 million and his career as an analyst is the source of his wealth.

Brian Baldinger Career

Brian serves at Philadelphia’s “97.5 The Fanatic” sports station as a regular contributor for a sports-talk radio show and as well serves at NFL Network as an analyst for the television show NFL Total Access for NFL Network. Additionally, he teaches at Nadia Communications for seminars, and before that he co-hosted several radio shows.

Brian’s career began at Bucknell University as a color analyst in 1995. He then went to FOX News where he provided analysis for NFL Europe games in 1997 and surprisingly he was promoted to a color commentary slot for NFL games.

In addition, he worked together with play-by-play voices Kenny Albert, Dick Stockton, Ray Bentley, Curt Menefee, Pat Summerall, and Joe Buck. In May 2009, it was reported that retired NFL safety John Lynch would fill in his place of Brian on Fox’s telecasts. He later went to Compass Media Networks and started serving as a lead analyst for their national radio.

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