Jim Trotter
Jim Trotter

Jim Trotter Biography

Jim Trotter is a famous American sports journalist who presently serves at NFL Media since April 2018 in Culver City, California as a Storyteller/reporter. Prior to that, he served at ESPN as an NFL reporter. Before coming to ESPN he served at Sports Illustrated as a senior writer.

Jim Trotter Age

Jim Trotter was born in the United States and he’s around 56 years of age from his looks.

Jim Trotter Height

Trotter stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 8 in (Approx 1.72 m).

Jim Trotter Family

Jim was born and raised in the United States by his caring and protective parents. Meanwhile, he has not revealed any information about his parents and siblings.

Jim Trotter Wife

He lives in San Diego and he prefers private life hence Jim has not shared any details about his marital status.

Jim Trotter Education

Jim went to Howard University after completing his primary and high school education and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in broadcast journalism in 1986.

Jim Trotter Salary

Jim receives an annual average salary of $75,487 and this is according to NFL Media Storytellers’/reporters’ salaries.

Jim Trotter’s Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $17 million dollars and his career as a reporter and storyteller is the source of his wealth.

Jim Trotter Career

In April 2018, Jim joined the NFL Media team and he serves in a multitude of responsibilities at NFL.com and NFL Network. Before that Jim worked as a reporter at ESPN where he contributed on several platforms and reported on the NFL nationally since 2014. His main focus was on detailed storytelling including, Atlanta Falcon’s standouts Julio Jones and Matt Ryan, pieces on Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, and also new Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins.

From 2007 to 2014 Jim served at Sports Illustrated as a senior writer his tenure includes the media’s coverage of Washington Redskins safety Sean Taylor’s death and an in-depth look at the rebuilding of the Oakland Raiders following owner’s passage Al Davis. Prior to Sports Illustrated, he consumed 18 years in The San Diego Union-Tribune of which he spend four years serving as a national NFL columnist and eight years working for the San Diego Chargers as the lead beat writer.

Jim’s job includes two books on the late Pro Football Hall of Fame linebacker Junior Seau, like Junior Seau: The Life and Death of a Football Icon (2015). Jim currently is co-authoring a book together with Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. Since 2007 Jim has been a member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame selection committee and at the moment he is president of the Pro Football Writers of America.
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