Rodney Peete is a former National Football League player from the United States ( National Football League). Rodney Peete was an NFL quarterback. After retirement, he began hosting.
What is the Net Worth of Rodney Peete in 2022?
Rodney Peete made his riches mostly from his professional football career and hosting. He played in the NFL for 16 years. Peete has a $5.5 million net worth.
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Rodney Peete-Age, Birthday & Education
Rodney Peete was born in Mesa, Arizona, on March 16, 1966. He is 56 years old right now. His parents were Willie and Edna Peete. Willie Peete’s father, Willie Peete, was a University of Arizona football coach and assistant. Skip Peete, his older brother, is also a musician.
Rodney Peete Education And Early Career
Peete was a graduate of Sahuaro High School. He excelled in athletics since he was a child, and he played basketball, baseball, and football in high school.
He won state championships with his basketball and baseball teams. For his exceptional efforts, he was selected Arizona High School Athlete of the Year and Academic All-American. Peete was picked in the 30th round of the 1984 Major League Baseball draft by the Toronto Blue Jays, but he decided to finish his studies first. He was elected to the Arizona Sports Hall of Fame in 2012.
He received a football scholarship to the University of Southern California and went there. He was a four-year football player in college. He won the 1988 Johnny Unitas Award, Pac-10 Player of the Year in 1988, and First Team All American honors throughout his career. Rodney also earned the Pop Warner Trophy and was a finalist for the Heisman Trophy in 1988.
Rodney Peete Height And Weight
Rodney Peete is 6 feet tall and 104 kilograms. Rodney had a bald head and dark circles under his eyes.
Rodney Peete Wife, Marriage
Rodney is a father and a husband. He married Holly Robinson Peete in 2015. The pair has been blissfully married for the past 27 years. The couple’s three boys are Rodney Peete Jr, Robinson James Peete, and Roman Peete, and their daughter is Ryan Elizabeth Peete.
Rodney and Holly met in 1993 through a mutual friend. Holly first refused to be with Rodney since he was often surrounded by women, which was not her scene. Rodney, on the other hand, was already completely smitten by Holly.
At a home party, they met for the second time. Holly left the party early that day, and Rodney showed up at her door shortly after, telling her, “The party was done when you left.” Holly accepted to date Rodney after hearing that line. Since then, Holly and Rodney have been married, with no rumors of a divorce or split.
Rodney and his wife founded the Holly Rod Foundation, which is a non-profit. Peete and his wife are passionate about helping others in their community. After Holly and Rodney’s eldest son, RJ, was diagnosed with autism, the charity was founded.
Rodney and Holly were inspired to raise awareness and support individuals impacted by the disease as a result of their son’s condition. The organization’s main purpose is to give compassionate treatment to persons suffering from autism and Parkinson’s disease.
Its goal is to improve the quality of life for individuals and families.
Career and Professional Life
The Detroit Lions selected Rodney 141st overall in the sixth round of the 1989 NFL Draft. He got hurt in the final preseason game against the Los Angeles Rams and missed the season opener. In his debut season, he had 8 starts, 1,479 yards, and 5 passing touchdowns. Rodney played for the Lions for five years. He signed as a free agent with the Dallas Cowboys on May 3, 1994.
Peete only spent one season with the Cowboys. Rodney went on to play four seasons for the Philadelphia Eagles. He was traded to the Washington Redskins on April 28, 1999, in exchange for a sixth-round pick in the 2000 draft. Peete only spent one season with the Redskins. Rodney signed with the Oakland Raiders on July 13, 2000. Peete was a two-year member of the team.
On March 28, 2002, the Carolina Panthers signed Peete. Rodney played for the Panthers until 2004. He concluded his career with a passer rating of 73.3 with 1,344 completions out of 2,346 attempts for 16,338 yards, 76 touchdowns, and 92 interceptions. He also held the record for most NFL career passing yards among USC quarterbacks, which was subsequently broken by Carson Palmer.
Following his retirement, he co-hosted The Best Damn Sports Show Period on Fox Sports Network with Chris Rose, John Salley, and Rob Dibble. In 2019, he also co-hosted the Hallmark Kitten Bowl. He also worked as a radio host in Los Angeles. Peete and his wife Holly have also been seen in Lipozene advertisements. The Oprah Winfrey Network announced in 2015 that a documentary about Peete and his family would be produced.