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Lomas Brown Biography
Born Lomas Brown, Jr. on the 30th March 1963 in Miami, Florida USA, he is a retired American Football player who spent 18 seasons in the National Football League (NFL), playing as an offensive tackle for the Detroit Lions, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, New York Giants, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers before retiring. During his career, Lomas won the Super Bowl with the Buccaneers, and played in seven Pro-Bowl games, among other accomplishments.
Have you ever wondered how rich Lomas Brown is, as of late 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Brown’s wealth is as high as $2 million, an amount earned through his successful career as an American Football player; also, he has been an analyst and commentator for several NFL networks, which has added to his wealth.
Lomas Brown Net Worth $2 Million
Lomas grew up in Miami, where he went to Miami Springs High School, and where he started playing football, excelling as an offensive lineman. Years after his matriculation, the Florida High School Athletic Association (FHSAA) named him into its “All-Century Team”.
After high school, Lomas enrolled at the University of Florida in Gainesville, as he received a full athletic scholarship. There, he played football for the Florida Gators as an offensive tackle, and received First-team ALL-SEC, Consensus All-American honors in 1984, and also Jacobs Blocking Trophy, given to the conference’s best blocker. Lomas was also a part of the Gators team that won the SEC championship, however, their title was later vacated due to illegal actions by the coach Charley Pell and other coaching staff.
After successful college years, Lomas declared for the 1985 NFL Draft, and ended up being selected by the Detroit Lions as the sixth overall pick. He played for the Lions for the most part of his career, earning a name for himself as one of the best offensive tackles in the NFL. Together with Kevin Glover they became the key blockers that enabled Barry Sanders to have such a successful time at the Lions. During Lomas’ time with the Lions, he was named six times as a Pro-Bowler and received several other recognitions, including selection into Second-team All-Pro three times, and three times First-team All-NFC.
During one of his interviews after retiring, Lomas admitted that he intentionally let Sean Jones pass him so that Sean injures Scott Mitchel, quarterback and Brown’s teammate in the Lions.
Mitchell was left with a broken finger and had to leave the game. Brown later stated that he regrets his actions.
After the Lions, Lomas joined the Arizona Cardinals in 1996, for which he played until 1998, earning one more Pro-Bowl selection, and First-team All-NFC in 1996.
Following the end of his stint at Arizona, Lomas played for the Cleveland Browns for the 1999 season, the New York Giants between 2000 and 2001, and lastly the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2002, with which team he won the Super Bowl ring after they defeated the Oakland Raiders in the finals. He retired after the season’s end.
After retirement, Lomas assumed the job of an analyst for the NFL Network and ESPNEWS. He is now an analyst on ESPN First Take, and also serves as one of the hosts of “Law Offices of Brooks and Brown”, all of which have added to his wealth.
Regarding his personal life, Lomas is married to Wendy, however, there is no further information about their marriage.
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|Full Name||Lomas Brown|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Date Of Birth||March 30, 1963|
|Place Of Birth||Miami, Florida, USA|
|Height||6' 4" (1.93 m)|
|Education||University of Florida|
|1||Football analyst on ESPN. [December 2011]|
|2||Inducted into the University of Florida's Gator F Club Hall of Fame in 1995 (inaugural class).|
|3||Attended Miami Springs High School in Miami, Florida.|
|4||Attended the University of Florida.|
|5||Offensive Tackle for the Detroit Lions (1985-1995), Arizona Cardinals (1996-1998), Cleveland Browns (1999), New York Giants (2000-2001) and Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2002).|
|Mike & Mike||2011-2013||TV Series||Himself - ESPN NFL Analyst / Himself - Substitute Host / Himself|
|A Football Life||2012||TV Series||Himself|
|Quite Frankly with Stephen A. Smith||2006||TV Series||Himself|
|The Complete History of the Philadelphia Eagles||2004||Video documentary||Himself|
|ESPN SportsCentury||2003||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|NFL on FOX||1994-2002||TV Series||Himself - New York Giants Tackle / Himself - Arizona Cardinals Tackle / Himself - Detroit Lions Tackle|
|NFL Monday Night Football||1986-2001||TV Series||Himself - Detroit Lions Tackle / Himself - New York Giants Tackle|
|Super Bowl XXXV||2001||TV Movie||Himself - New York Giants Left Tackle|
|ESPN's Sunday Night Football||1990-2000||TV Series||Himself - New York Giants Tackle / Himself - Detroit Lions Tackle / Himself - Arizona Cardinals Tackle|
|The NFL on CBS||1986-1998||TV Series||Himself - Detroit Lions Tackle / Himself - Arizona Cardinals Tackle|
|TNT Sunday Night Football||1990-1996||TV Series||Himself - Detroit Lions Tackle / Himself - Arizona Cardinals Tackle|
|The NFL on NBC||1985-1994||TV Series||Himself - Detroit Lions Tackle|
|1991 NFC Championship Game||1992||TV Movie||Himself - Detroit Lions Tackle|
|1985 NFL Draft||1985||TV Movie||Himself - 6th Overall Pick|