Shaun O’Hara is a popular retired NFL player and American Journalist presently working for the ESPN Radio and NFL Network and as a regular fill-in host of Good Morning Football a morning show and color analyst. Shaun’s professional career began after signing a contract with an undrafted free agent with the Cleveland Browns.
Shaun O’Hara Age
Shaun O’Hara was born in Hillsborough Township, New Jersey, in the United States on June 23, 1977, he is 45 years of age.
Shaun O’Hara Height
O’Hara stands at a moderate height of 6 ft 3 in (Approx 1.91 m).
Shaun O’Hara Family
Shaun was born and brought up in Hillsborough Township, New Jersey, in the United States by his protective parents named Shauna and Neil O’Hara. He was brought up together with his two siblings where he was the second born.
Shaun O’Hara Wife
Shaun is happily and contentedly married to his attractive wife named Amy Wilbur who worked as a nurse. Shaun and his supportive wife tied the knot in 2009 in the east of Puerto Rico the tiny island of Anguilla. Shaun and his wife share three kids, a son named Jack and two beautiful daughters named Courtlyn and Caselle.
Shaun O’Hara Education
He studied at Hillsborough High School. He worked for two years as a coach and he applied for a scholarship to Rutgers University located in New Jersey in 1994. From 1996 to 1999, he played for two years for the Rutgers Scarlet Knights football team while still studying at school.
Shaun O’Hara Salary
He receives an annual average salary of $87,654 and this is according to NFL Network color analysts’/hosts’ salary.
Shaun O’Hara’s Net Worth
Shaun has an estimated net worth of $3 Million US dollars and his career as a host and color analyst at NFL Network is the primary source of his income.
Shaun O’Hara Career
Shaun O’Hara is a popular retired NFL player and American Journalist presently working for the ESPN Radio and NFL Network and as a regular fill-in host of Good Morning Football a morning show and color analyst. Shaun’s professional career began after signing a contract with an undrafted free agent with the Cleveland Browns in 2000.
Shaun played for more than 10 years for the New York Giants. Before that, he served as a player where he played for the New York Giants, and during his play with the Giants, he was named to three Pro Bowl teams and was awarded the Super Bowl though he did not partake in the play because he had an injury.
On July 28, he departed the New York Giants, and afterward on September 3, 2012, he declared to the public his retirement.
On March 7, 2004, he signed three contracts with the giants where he considered assisting to bolster criticized line in the Giants’ 2003 season, his more natural position with the intention of playing Center. In March 2007, he was later re-assigned to the team holding him off the free-agent market.