Doug Kyed Biography
Doug Kyed is a preeminent American sports journalist currently working at PFF in Boston, Massachusetts as an NFL reporter since July of 2021. Previously, he worked at NESN as a Patriots Beat Writer. There he covered the New England Patriots for NESN.com, writing features and breaking news as well as giving his take on NESN television.
Doug Kyed Age
Doug was born on 25th June 1986, in Edmonds, Washington, in the United States of America. He is 36 years old.
Doug Kyed Height
Doug is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75 m).
Doug Kyed Family
Doug Kyed was born and raised by his hardworking and caring parents in Edmonds, Washington. Currently, Doug has not divulged any details with respect to either his parents or whether he has siblings.
Doug Kyed Education
He enrolled at Sharon High School where he attained his high school diploma in the year 2004. Later on, he joined Emerson College in 2004 and graduated with a bachelor of science in broadcast journalism in 2008.
Doug Kyed Wife
He is gladly married to his beloved wife called Jen Crosby-Kyed. The duo is proud to be the parents of their two children namely Olivia and Rambe. The lovely family resides in the United States. As of now, Doug has not shared much concerning his lovely wife Jen and their children with the public.
Doug Kyed Salary
He pockets a satisfactory salary of $74,747 per year. This is according to PFF NFL reporters’ salaries.
Doug Kyed Net Worth
Doug Kyed has garnered a decent fortune over the years he has worked and has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million.
Doug Kyed Career
As of now, he works at PFF in Boston, Massachusetts as an NFL reporter since July of 2021. Previously, he worked at NESN as a Patriots Beat Writer. There he covered the New England Patriots for NESN.com, writing features and breaking news as well as giving his take on NESN television.
In 2012, he joined NESN following serving as an editor at NEPatriotsDraft.com for a period of two years. While there he covered the NFL Draft and the Patriots. Before that, he freelanced for both ESPNBoston.com and Gatehouse Media, covering Massachusetts high school sports. Doug also served at Video Express as an operations coordinator.