Solomon Wilcots is an American former football-free safety in the NFL who presently works as a broadcaster and a national television analyst. At the same time, he is a coach in Your Call Football. Solomon played six seasons in the league for Cincinnati Bengals, Minnesota Vikings, and Pittsburgh Steelers.
Under the coach ofBill McCartney, Solomon played college football at the University of Colorado. Solomon was new on the team when Buffaloes went 1-10. Solomon graduated with a degree in English literature from the University.
Solomon Wilcots Age
Solomon Wilcots was born in Los Angeles, California, in the United States of America on October 9, 1964. He is 54 years of age.
Solomon Wilcots Height
Wilcots stands at a standard height of 5 feet 11 inches ( Approx. 1.8 m).
Solomon Wilcots Family
Solomon was born and brought up in Los Angeles, California, United States of America to his lovely parents on October 9, 1964. He belongs to the Black ethnic group but he is an American citizen by birth. He was brought up together with his three awesome brothers.
Solomon Wilcots Wife
Solomon prefers a private life, he has not disclosed any information regarding his marital status, hence it’s not known if he is single, married, or dating.
Solomon Wilcots Education
Solomon studied at Riverside Rubidoux high school and later joined the University of Colorado where he graduated with a degree in English literature.
Solomon Wilcots Salary
Solomon receives an annual average salary of $120,386. This is according to NFL analysts’/broadcasters’ salaries.
Solomon Wilcots Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $13 million and his career as a television analyst and broadcaster is the primary source of his wealth.
Solomon Wilcots Career
Solomon started his television career at NBC Cincinnati affiliate WLWWT where he served as a weekend sports anchor, he worked there from 1994 till 2003. While at NBC Cincinnati affiliate WLWT he spent three seasons from 1998 to 2000 working for ESPN’s Sunday Night Football as a sideline reporter where in 2000 he won an Emmy Award.
Solomon joined CBS in 2001 and his responsibility was to work as a color commentator for CBS football telecasts. From 2001 till 2008 he teamed with Ian Eagle and served together. From 2009 to 2013, he teamed with Kevin Harlan and served together. Solomon left CBS in May 2017.
Solomon was a television announcer where he served together with Tim Brando for New Orleans Saints preseason games for quite some time. He presently works as a guest analyst for Pro Football Focus TV and also as an analyst for Sky Sports in the UK. As well at the same time, he works at NFL Radio as the co-host of “The Red Zone” he co-hosts the show together with Marty Schottenheimer, Gil Brandt, and Carl Banks.
He also works at NFL Network’s NFL Total Access show as an analyst. Solomon also appears on “Playbook” together with a group of former NFL players such as Brian Baldinger, Sterling Sharpe, and Mike Mayock.