Steve DeOssie NBC Sports Boston, Bio, Wiki, Age, Height, Family, Son, Giants, Salary, and Net Worth

Steve DeOssie Bio | Wiki

Steve DeOssie (Full name: Steve Leonard DeOssie) is a former American football linebacker presently working as a television host at NBC Sports Boston and NFL analyst at 93.7 WEEI Sports Radio and WHDH TV.

In his career as a player, Steve played for New York Jets, New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys, and New York Giants. Furthermore, he is the co-founder and owner of the Fred & Steve’s Steakhouse located in Lincoln, Rhode Island.

Steve DeOssie Age

He was born on November 22, 1962, in Tacoma, Washington, in the United States of America. Steve is 59 years old and celebrates his birthday on November 22.

Steve DeOssie Height

He is above average stature. Steve stands at a height of 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m).

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Steve DeOssie Family

He was born in Tacoma, Washington to his supportive and loving parents, whose identity remains a mystery. He holds an American nationality by birth but belongs to the white ethnicity. We shall update you as soon as he reveals any information concerning the matter to the public.

Steve DeOssie Wife

He is in a happy marital relationship with his beautiful and caring wife Dianna. The duo has been married for several years and is currently proud parents of twins a boy named Zackary Robert a daughter called Christina and an older daughter named Nichole.

Steve DeOssie Son

He is a proud father of three adorable children including Zackary Robert, a former American football long snapper. Zak is a twin brother to his adorable sister Christina, who are both younger siblings to Nichole. His son also played in the NFL for the New York Giants, therefore making them the only father-son combination to win Super Bowls with the same team.

Steve DeOssie Restaurant

In March 2007, Steve and his colleague and close friend Fred Smerlas partnered up and launched the award-winning Fred & Steve’s Steakhouse located in Lincoln, Rhode Island at the Twin River Casino. He is also a partner with Blackstone’s Cigar Bar also located at the Twin River Casino.

Steve DeOssie NFL

He kicked off his career as a professional football player in 1984 when he was drafted as the 110th overall during the fourth round of the Dallas Cowboys. However, he was initially selected by the New Jersey Generals 15th overall of the 1984 USFL Draft.

During his year as a rookie, his teammates named him “Barney Rubble” and later nicknamed beach ball, because his face turned into different shades of colors under the sun. In 1988, after recording 20 tackles he was ranked third on the team in special teams tackles. After playing for the team for half a decade, Steve was traded for Derrick Walker of the New York Giants in June 1989.

Steve DeOssie Giants

He traded to the New York Giants in 1989 and was assigned as the starting inside linebackers in the team’s 3-4 defense. His first game was against the Phoenix Cardinals, where he suffered a left toe injury that required surgery, therefore, missing seven games.

Steve returned to the field in November 1989. In 1990 he started 13 games and helped the Giants win Super Bowl XXV. A year later in December 1992, Steve was placed on the injured reserve list before being permanently waved off the team by the new head coach Dan Reeves on November 10, 1993.

Steve DeOssie Patriots

On November 15, 1993, he was signed to the New York Jets to help on special teams. In 1994, he was reunited with former head coach Bill Parcells after signing with the New England Patriots. Steve officially ended his career as a professional player on November 10, 1993, after he was waived off the New England Patriots.

Steve DeOssie NBC Sports Boston

Soon after retiring from playing professional football, Steve ventured into journalism. Presently, he works for NBC Sports Boston where he hosts “The New England Tailgate Show”. Additionally, he appears on both WEEI Sports Radio and WHDH TV as an NFL analyst.

Steve DeOssie Salary

He receives a large sum amount of income from his services as a host and NFL analyst. Steve’s average salary is $94,681 annually.

Steve DeOssie Net Worth

Being a current television host and former professional payer it is quite obvious that he has garnered a decent amount of wealth over the years. Steve’s average net worth is $1 million.

How Old Is Steve DeOssie

He was born to his loving parents on November 22, 1962, in Tacoma, Washington, in the United States of America. Therefore, Steve is 59 years old.

How Much Is Steve DeOssie

From his extravagant lifestyle, it is evident to the public that he has accumulated a decent amount of fortune over the years. Steve’s average net worth is $1 million.

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