Hal Hunter Net Worth 2018: What is this NFL football player worth?

Hal Hunter was a professional football player who played Offensive guard / Linebacker. Hunter died on August 28, 2014, in Denver, North Carolina. Hunter was born on June 3, 1932, in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. This page looks closely at Hal Hunter’s net worth.

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Hal Hunter Career and Earnings/Salary

In high school, Hal Hunter played football for Canonsburg High School. Hunter played college football on the Pittsburgh Panthers football team.

In the past, Hunter played for the Pittsburgh Steelers.

Hunter has coached for the Avella High School, Berlin High School, Washington &amp as Jefferson Presidents football, Richmond Spiders football as Defensive line coach, West Virginia Mountaineers football as Offensive line coach, Maryland Terrapins football as Offensive line coach, Duke Blue Devils football as Offensive line coach, Kentucky Wildcats football as Offensive coordinator &amp, Indiana Hoosiers football as Offensive line coach, California Vulcans football as Head coach &amp, Hamilton Tiger-Cats as Offensive coordinator, Indianapolis Colts as Offensive line coach, Indianapolis Colts as Interim head coach, Pittsburgh Steelers as Offensive line: guards/centers coach, Cleveland Browns as Offensive line coach, Cleveland Browns as Special assistant to the head coach, and Cleveland Browns as Offensive line coach.

Hal Hunter Net Worth 2018

NFL player salaries range greatly. 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 $175 million.

Hal Hunter net worth
Hal Hunter net worth: football salary distribution

So what was NFL football player Hal Hunter’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Hal Hunter’s net worth at death is:

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