Herb Stein was a professional football player who played Center (American football) / Guard (American football) as number 4, 28, 20. Stein’s height was 6 ft 1 in. Stein died on October 25, 1980, in Strongsville, Ohio, United States. Stein was born on March 27, 1898, in Warren, Ohio, Ohio, United States. This page looks closely at Herb Stein’s net worth.
In high school, Herb Stein played football for Niles McKinley High School,; The Kiski School. Stein played college football on the Pittsburgh Panthers football team.
In the past, Stein played for the Buffalo All-Americans, Toledo Maroons, Frankford Yellow Jackets, and Pottsville Maroons. Some of the highlights of Herb Stein’s career included: 2x Consensus All-American, 1925 NFL Championship controversy, Canton Daily News: 1st team All-NFL, George Halas: 1st team All-NFL, Colliers Eye Mag.: 2nd team All-NFL, and Green Bay Press-Gazette: 2nd team all-NFL.
National Football League salaries range dramatically. At the lowest level, NFL rookies earn between $400,000 and $600,000 per year. At the highest, NFL players can bring in $50 million or more. The National Football League salary cap is around $170 million.
So what was NFL football player Herb Stein’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Herb Stein’s net worth at death is:
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