James Lofton Biography
James Lofton is an American Television personality currently working as a NFL analyst at FOX 5 San Diego. In May 2017, he joined the CBS Sport team as an Analyst for THE NFL ON CBS. Lofton is a graduate of Stanford University with a bachelor of science degree in Industrial Engineering in 1978.
James Lofton Age
James Lofton was born on 5 July 1956, in Fort Ord, California, United States. He is 65 years old as of 2021.
James Lofton Family
Lofton is a family guy. When not on the screen he likes to spend quality time with his family. Although he has not revealed their identity, it’s evident that he has a strong bond with his family.
James Lofton Education
Lofton went to Stanford University with a bachelor of science degree in Industrial Engineering in 1978.
James Lofton Wife
He is a married man to his wife Beverly Lofton. The couple tied the knot in 1980.
James Lofton Children
Lofton is blessed with three children, David, Daniel and Rachel, and three grandchildren, Jaxon, Olivia and Samuel.
James Lofton Height
Lofton stands on an average height of 6 ft 3.
James Lofton Salary
Lofton receives an annual salary of around $70,000 according to CBS Sports anchors/reporters salaries.
James Lofton Net Worth
Lofton has an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.
James Lofton Career
Lofton is a graduate of Stanford University with a bachelor of science degree in Industrial Engineering class of 1978. He joined Westwood in 2000 but left for coaching stints with the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders for seven years later returning in 2009.
He called selected Monday Night Football games for Westwood one this season, Lofton will as well call preseason games for the green Bay Packers alongside Kevin Harlan. His previous broadcast stints included both CNN and NBC sports.
Prior to this, Lofton was enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2003. He was no. 1 raft pick of the green Bay Packers in 1978 starting a long career as an NFL wide receiver. Lofton played in 16 seasons for Green Bay, the Lo Angles Raiders, Buffalo Bill, Los Angeles Rams, and Philadelphia Eagles, and caught 764 passes for r 14,004 yards, the most in NFL history during the time of his retirement.
Lofton earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering in 1978 from Stanford University. He was also an Academic All-American in football in 1977, and an NCAA Track and Field champion in the Long Jump in 1978. He grew up in Los Angeles and currently resides in San Diego with his wife, Beverly. With their three children, David, Daniel, and Rachel, and three grandchildren, Jaxon, Olivia, and Samuel.