Marc Ross Biography
Marc Ross is an illustrious American sports journalist currently working for NFL Network and NFL.com as an analyst. Also, he appears on NFL Total Access and NFL Now. Moreover, Marc work for the XFL as the Executive Vice President of Football Operations since November of 2021. Before joining NFL Network, XFL, and NFL.com, he worked at NFL Football Operations as a consultant for one year.
Marc Ross Age
Marc Ross was born in the United States. He may be around 53 years old, although, Marc has displayed zero information to the public concerning his personal identity including his age or his dates of birth.
Marc Ross Height
Marc is a man of standard stature and stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches (Approx 1.75m).
Marc Ross Family
Marc Ross was born and brought up by his caring mother and his stalwart father in the United States of America. Moreover, he has not babbled any salient intelligence to the public with respect to his parents or if he has any siblings.
Marc Ross Education
He enrolled at the University of Massachusetts in 1997 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Sociology and a Master’s Degree in Sports Management.
Marc Ross Wife
He has managed to keep his personal information regarding his marital status away from the public despite being in the spotlight. As a result, it’s impossible to state if Marc is single, dating, or married.
Marc Ross Salary
He receives a satisfactory salary of $82,297 annually. This is according to NFL Network analysts’ salaries.
Marc Ross Net Worth
Marc Ross has managed to stockpile good affluence in his career and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
Marc Ross Career
As of now, Marc works for NFL Network as an analyst. Furthermore, he also works as an analyst at NFL.com. Also, he appears on NFL Total Access and NFL Now. Moreover, Marc work for the XFL as the Executive Vice President of Football Operations since November of 2021. Before joining NFL Network, XFL, and NFL.com, he worked at NFL Football Operations as a consultant for one year.
Before, he served for eleven years at the New York Giants. While there, Marc won two Super Bowls. Previously, he worked as the vice president for Player Evaluation for half a decade. Prior to that, Marc worked as the director for College Scouting for six years. He debuted his sports journalism career as a public relations intern at the training camp for the Giants in 1995.
Moreover, he worked for the Philadelphia Eagles in personnel and later became the Philadephia Eagle’s eastern regional scout from 1996 to 2000. Between 1993 and 1994, he was named All-Ivy League Wide Receiver at Princeton. In 2019, he was also denominated to the Princeton All-Time Team of the Ivy League Era.