Jesse Agler Bio |Wiki
Jesse Agler is a sportscaster and journalist. Jesse in 2017 he joined College Football and works as a Play-by-Play Announcer for NFL Sundays. Besides, He serves as flagship station 97.3 lead play-by-play broadcaster for Padres radio broadcasts on the clubs.
Jesse Agler Age
He was born in 1982, in South Florida, United States. Jesse is 39 years old as of 2021.
Jesse Agler Height
Agler is 5 ft 7 /1.8 m tall.
Jesse Agler Family
Jesse was born and raised by his parents in South Florida. He was not allowed by his parents to play Little League games on Shabbat because we’re influenced by Dodgers’ great Sandy Koufax. Jesse belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an American nationality. Agler likes to keep his life in person about his family, Though this information regarding his parents and/or siblings is under review and will be updated soon.
Jesse Agler Wife
Agler is married to his good-looking wife Tovah. The couple is blessed with two children, a daughter Ellie, and a son Jonah. He lives in San Marcos with his family.
Jesse Agler Education
Jesse graduated from the University of Miami. His first job was for the Elkhart (KS) Dusters of the Jayhawk League baseball games after college.
Jesse Agler Salary
He earners an annual salary of $74,453.This is according to NFL anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Jesse Agler Net Worth
Agler has an estimated annual net worth of $ 798,767 U.S dollars.
Who Is Jesse Agler
He is a journalist and sportscaster. Agler works as College Football and a Play-by-Play Announcer for NFL Sundays. He also serves as the club’s flagship station 97.3 lead play-by-play broadcaster for Padres radio broadcasts.
Is Jesse Married
Agler is married to his pretty wife Tovah. The couple together with their two children, a son Jonah, and a daughter Ellie resides in San Marcos.
Jesse Agler Career
In February of 2014, Jesse joined the Padre’s front office director of content and as a broadcaster director of content, Jesse oversaw all club digital and social operations.
Jesse calls NCAA football, NCAA basketball games and play-by-play of national radio broadcasts on Compass Media Networks for NFL, during the baseball offseason. He spent four seasons as the postgame host on the Dolphins Radio Network pregame, and halftime to San Diego by way of Miami. Agler did television play-by-play for the Dolphins’ preseason games on CBS-4 In 2013.
In 2003, He began his professional career. His event includes serving as a postgame radio host for the then-Florida Marlins, the University of Miami Hurricanes football and basketball team, and the Florida Panthers. He is also the fill-in play-by-play announcer for the Marlins.