Phil Simms is a former National Football League (NFL) player, known for his brilliant play as a quarterback, who devoted his entire career for the New York Giants from 1979 to 1993.
Not only did he make his name in the field of sports, but he also marked his name in the field of entertainment.
He starred in movies like How I Met Your Mother (2005), Criminal Minds (2005), and so on.
Moreover, in January 1998, he joined CBS Sports as a lead analyst covering the NFL.
Well, let’s have a detailed look at Phil’s net worth, personal life, and bio through the article!
Phil Simms' Salary & Net Worth
In a very successful career, the retired American footballer sure has made some handsome amount of money.
Phil also listed his 20 acres of property with a 7-bedroom house of Franklin Lakes on sale at a whopping amount of $5.3 million in July 2019.
With that noted, it is sure that he earned a good paycheque while he was playing plus after he joined the CBS sports network as a game analyst as well as from his acting career.
Well, the NFL Game Day 2000 (1999) star has a salary of $3 million with a total net worth of $16 million.
Phil’s Family Life & Children
Since then, they have been holding each other’s hands in every condition and have shown no signs of disputes or getting a divorce.
Phil Simms clicked with his wife, Diana Fronfield and family friend (Photo: playerwives.com)
Moreover, their marital life is blessed with three children on different occasions. They have two sons and a daughter altogether.
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Both of Phil's sons, Chris and Matt Simms, followed the footsteps of his father and are professional NFL players, whereas, his daughter, Deirdre Simms, is married to a former New Jersey high school football player, Brian Toal.
Quick Facts About Phil Simms
Phil Simms, age 64, celebrates his birthday on 3 November.
His birth name is Phillip Simms and stands at the height of 6 feet 3 inches (1.91 meters).
He is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, who attended Morehead State University.
In his NFL career, he holds most of the team's passing records.
His No. 11 jersey retired on 4th September 1995.
He is also a Melanoma cancer survivor.
He was also inducted in the Morehead State University Athletic Hall of Fame (1995) as well as into the Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame in 1997.
Before joining as a lead analyst on CBS, Phil also broadcasted with ESPN and NBC.
In 2001, he was named as the Most Underrated Quarterback in NFL history.