Lou Saban Net Worth 2018: What is this NFL football player worth?

Lou Saban was a professional football player who played Linebacker; placekicker as number 66, 72. Saban died on March 29, 2009, in North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Saban was born on October 13, 1921, in Brookfield, Illinois. Saban’s height was 6 ft 0 in. This page looks closely at Lou Saban’s net worth.

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Lou Saban Career and Earnings/Salary

In high school, Lou Saban played football for Lyons Township High School. Saban played college football on the Indiana University Bloomington team. In the 1944 NFL draft, Saban was chosen number 88 in round 10.

In the past, Saban played for the Cleveland Browns. Some of the highlights of Lou Saban’s career included: 4× All-America Football Conference, 2× All-Pro, 2× American Football League, and 2× AFL Coach of the Year.

Saban has coached for the Case Western Reserve Spartans football, Washington Huskies football, Asst., Northwestern Wildcats football, Western Illinois Leathernecks football, Boston Patriots, Buffalo Bills, Maryland Terrapins football, Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills, Miami Hurricanes football, Army Black Knights football, UCF Knights football, Martin County High School, South Fork High School, Georgetown High School, Middle Georgia Heat Wave, Peru State College, Tampa Bay Storm, Milwaukee Mustangs, State University of New York at Canton, and Chowan University.

Some of Saban’s most prominent statistics include 52 Games played, and 39-42-3 Win-loss record (NFL).

Lou Saban Net Worth 2018

NFL salaries range significantly. At the bottom, NFL players earn between $400,000 and $600,000 per year. At the highest, NFL players can bring in $50 million plus. The NFL salary cap is approximately $175 million.

Lou Saban net worth
Lou Saban net worth: football salary distribution

So what was NFL football player Lou Saban’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Lou Saban’s net worth at death is: $12 million

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