Clyde Christensen is a professional football player who plays Director of Football/Player Development for the Miami Dolphins. Christensen was born on January 28, 1956, in Covina, California. This page looks closely at Clyde Christensen’s net worth.
In high school, Clyde Christensen played football for Royal Oak High School (California). Christensen played college football on the Fresno City College; North Carolina Tarheels football team.
Some of the highlights of Clyde Christensen’s career include: Super Bowl champion as assistant.
Christensen has coached for the Ole Miss Rebels football as Graduate assistant, East Tennessee State Buccaneers football as Quarterbacks coach &, Temple Owls football as Quarterbacks coach &, East Carolina Pirates football as Offensive coordinator, running backs coach &, Holy Cross Crusaders football as Receivers and tight ends coach, Holy Cross Crusaders football as Offensive coordinator, South Carolina Gamecocks football as Running backs coach, Maryland Terrapins football as Quarterbacks coach, Clemson Tigers football as Co-offensive coordinator &, Tampa Bay Buccaneers as Tight ends coach, Tampa Bay Buccaneers as Quarterbacks coach, Tampa Bay Buccaneers as Offensive coordinator, Indianapolis Colts as Wide receivers coach, Indianapolis Colts as Assistant head coach &, Indianapolis Colts as Offensive coordinator, Indianapolis Colts as Quarterbacks coach, Miami Dolphins as Offensive coordinator, and Miami Dolphins as Director of Football/Player Development.
NFL salaries range significantly. At the lowest level, NFL rookies make between $400,000 and $600,000 per year. At the top level, stars can bring in $50 million or more. The National Football League salary cap is around $170 million.
So what is NFL football player Clyde Christensen’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Clyde Christensen’s net worth as of 2018 is:
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