Phil Simms Biography
Phil Simms is a well-known American journalist currently working for the CBS network as a television sportscaster. Before, he was an American football quarterback who spent 15-years of professional tenure playing for the New York Giants of the National Football League.
Phil Simms Age
Phil Simms was born on 3rd November 1955, in Springfield, Kentucky, in the United States of America. He is 66 years old.
Phil Simms Height
Phil is a man of tall stature and stands at a height of 6 feet 3 inches (Approx. 1.91 m).
Phil Simms Family
Phil Simms was born to his caring and loving parents in Springfield, Kentucky, in the United States. He is the son of Barbara Simms and William L. Simms.
Phil Simms Education
Phil joined St. Dominic’s Elementary. During his time in Elementary school, his family shifted to Louisville and he joined St. Rita Catholic grade school. Later, he went to Division II Morehead State of the Ohio Valley Conference near Morehead.
Phil Simms Wife
Phil is married to his beautiful wife Diana Simms. The duo stays in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey. Phil and Diana are blessed with three children known as Chris Simms, Deirdre, and Matt Simms. On July 19, 2014, Deirdre married Brain Toal at the Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary in Wyckoff, N.J.
Phil Simms Salary
He bags a decent salary of $3 million per year. This is according to CBS television sportscasters’ salaries.
Phil Simms Net Worth
Phil Simms has amassed a decent fortune over the years and has an estimated net worth of $16 million.
Phil Simms Career
Phil joined CBS in 1998. He worked together with Armen Keteyian, Lesley Visser, and Bonnie Bernstein. He hosts Inside the NFL on Showtime along with Cris Collinsworth and James Brown. Phil has been a commentator for the NFL and CBS Network broadcasts of Thursday Night Football during the 2015–16 NFL season. For the 2017–18 NFL season, Phil was restored by Tony Romo and came into The NFL Today, the CBS pregame show.
On January 25, 1987, The Denver Broncos met The Giants in Super Bowl XXI. Phil had one of the finest presentations in Super Bowl history during the biggest game of his life. He finished 22 of 25 passes for 268 yards, setting Super Bowl records for passer rating (150.9) and consecutive completions accuracy (88%). Additionally, he threw 3 touchdown passes and his passer rating set an NFL postseason record.