Bobby Gage was a professional football player who played Running back/ Quarterback/ Defensive back as number 77. Gage’s height was 5 ft 11 in. Gage died on April 19, 2005, in Greenville, South Carolina. Gage was born on January 15, 1927, in Chester, South Carolina. This page looks closely at Bobby Gage’s net worth.Image Credit: Bowman
In high school, Bobby Gage played football for Boys High School (Anderson, South Carolina). Gage played college football on the Clemson Tigers football team. In the 1949 NFL draft, Gage was chosen number 6 in round 1.
In the past, Gage played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Some of the highlights of Bobby Gage’s career included: 1949 Gator Bowl MVP, Clemson Hall of Fame member, South Carolina Hall of Fame member, Gator Bowl Hall of Fame member, and Longest run from scrimmage in Pittsburgh Steelers history.
Some of Gage’s most prominent statistics include 7/ 135/ 2 Receptions/ Yds/ TDs, 623/ 3 Passing Yds/ TDs, 38/ 94 Completions/ Atts, 85/ 334/ 6 Rushing Atts/ Yds/ TDs, 22/ 19 Games Played/ Started, and 12/ 7 Fumbles Caused/ Recovered.
NFL player salaries range significantly. At the starting level, NFL rookies earn between $400,000 and $600,000 per year. At the highest level, stars can earn $50 million or more. The National Football League salary cap is nearly $170 million.
So what was NFL football player Bobby Gage’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Bobby Gage’s net worth at death is:
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