Andrew James Whitworth is a former American professional footballer who played in the NFL for 16 seasons. He was noted for his long-lasting career; he retired as the oldest tackle in NFL history.
NET WORTH : ANDREW WHITWORTH
Andrew’s net worth is $47 million.
Whitworth signed a four-year deal worth $2,965,000 from 2006 until 2009. His new contract with the Cincinnati Bengals, for $24,635,000 in 2008, was a five-year deal from 2008 through 2013. He resigned with Cincinnati Bengals on a two-year deal for $19,525,000.
EARLY LIFE: ANDREW WHITWORTH
Andrew was born on December 12, 1981, in Monroe, Louisiana. He attended West Monroe High School. In 1997-98 & 2000, he was a part of three Louisiana Class 5A State Championship teams. Andrew participated in the first-ever US Army All-American Bowl in 2000 and other LSU players.
Cincinnati Bengals selected Whitworth in the 2006 NFL draft. He started as a left guard. In 2017, he signed a three-year contract with the Los Angeles Rams. HE was named Walter Payton Man of the Year at the 11th Annual NFL honors. Andrew won his first Super Bowl in what turned out to be his last game.
PERSONAL LIFE: ANDREW WHITWORTH
Andrew is married to Melissa; they have four kids, twins Sarah & Drew and Michael & Katherine.
He started his foundation named BigWhit 77; he hosts fund-raising golf tournaments in Louisiana. Whitworth donated $250,000 to the LA regional food banking during the pandemic.
Whitworth is a resident of Westlake Village, California. His residence is a $6,050,000 estate spread across 10,090sqft on an acre of property.
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