Cameron Wolfe is a popular American sportscaster. Presently, he serves at NFL Network as a National Tv Reporter since August 2021. He served as a Dolphins reporter at ESPN before coming to NFL.
Cameron Wolfe Age
Cameron Wolfe was born in Jackson, Mississippi, in the United States on March 30, 1993, and he’s 29 years of age.
Cameron Wolfe Height
Wolfe stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in ( Approx. 1.73 m).
Cameron Wolfe Family
Cameron was born and brought up in Mississippi, United States together with his beautiful younger sister and awesome brother. He was brought up in a Black descent family and his beautiful and loving mother was born on July 8. Hence he has not disclosed his mother’s, brothers’, and sisters’ identities.
Cameron Wolfe Wife
Cameron is happily married to his gorgeous wife named Breanna Wolfe. The duo tied the knots on July 1, 2018, and his beautiful wife was born on December 27. They are blessed with one lovely child called Layla Jean Wolfe who was born in September 2020. Cameron and his lovely family live in Miami, Florida.
Cameron Wolfe Education
Cameron joined the University of Houston where he graduated with a bachelor of arts degree in broadcast journalism in 2015.
Cameron Wolfe Salary
Cameron receives an annual average salary of $96,500 and this is according to NFL reporters’ salaries.
Cameron Wolfe Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million US dollars and his career as a reporter is the source of his wealth.
Cameron Wolfe Career
Cameron serves at NFL Network since August 2021 as a National Tv Reporter. He has been contributing both reports and news for NFL Total Access, NFL Now, and Good Morning Football. As well she has been contributing reports to NFL’s digital platforms such as NFL.com, and the NFL app, and before coming to NFL he served as an NFL/Dolphins reporter for ESPN.
In August 2021 before coming to NFL, Cameron was serving as NFL/Dolphins reporter for ESPN. In addition, on ESPN he provided boxing coverage in South Florida together with other sports and also provided coverage for one season for Tennessee.
His role was to provide commentary while serving for ESPN and he also appeared on ESPN television and radio programs regularly such as SportsCenter, and NFL Live. Before coming to ESPN, he served as the Titans reporter in August 2018 at NFL Nation in Nashville, Tennessee. He as well served as the NFL beat reporter at The Denver Post and the Houston Chronicle throughout his career as a sportscaster reporter.