Doug Marrone is a professional football player who plays Head coach for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Marrone was born on July 25, 1964, in The Bronx. Marrone’s height is 6 ft 5 in. This page looks closely at Doug Marrone’s net worth.Image Credit: US Army
In high school, Doug Marrone played football for Herbert H. Lehman High School. Marrone played college football on the Syracuse Orange football
team. In the 1986 NFL draft, Marrone was chosen number ? by the Los Angeles Raiders
–> in round 6.
In the past, Marrone played for the Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints, and London Monarchs.
Marrone has coached for the Cortland Red Dragons football as Tight ends coach, Coast Guard Bears football as Offensive line coach, Northeastern Huskies football as Offensive line coach, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football as Tight ends coach, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets football as Offensive line coach, Georgia Bulldogs football as Offensive line coach, Tennessee Volunteers football as Tight ends coach &, New York Jets as Offensive line coach, New Orleans Saints as Offensive coordinator, Syracuse Orange football as Head coach, Buffalo Bills as Head coach, Jacksonville Jaguars as Assistant head coach &, Jacksonville Jaguars as Interim head coach, and Jacksonville Jaguars as Head coach. Marrone has also worked for the Georgia Tech as Director of Football Operations. Marrone had a coaching record of 25-25 including a regular record of 23-25 and a playoff record of 2-0.
Some of Marrone’s most prominent statistics include 5 Games played, and 0 Games started.
National Football League salaries range significantly. At the low end, NFL players make as much as $400,000 to $600,000 per year. At the top end, NFL players can bring in $50 million plus. The NFL salary cap is around $170 million.
So what is NFL football player Doug Marrone’s net worth in 2018? Our estimate for Doug Marrone’s net worth as of 2018 is: $5 million
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