Red Badgro was a professional football player who played End (gridiron football) as number 17. Badgro’s height was 6 ft 0 in. Badgro died on July 13, 1998, in Kent, Washington. Badgro was born on December 1, 1902, in Orillia, Washington. This page looks closely at Red Badgro’s net worth.
In high school, Red Badgro played football for Kent-Meridian High School. Badgro played college football on the USC Trojans football team.
In the past, Badgro played for the New York Yankees season-1928 New York Yankees season), New York Giants, and Brooklyn Dodgers season). Some of the highlights of Red Badgro’s career included: History of National Football League Championship, and 3× All-Pro (1931 All-Pro Team, 1933 All-Pro Team, 1934 All-Pro Team.
Badgro has coached for the USC Trojans football as Assistant coach, Ventura High School as Head coach, Columbia Lions football as Ends coach, and Washington Huskies football as Ends coach.
Some of Badgro’s most prominent statistics include 7 Touchdowns, 560 Receiving yards, and 35 Reception (American football)s.
Football player salaries range heavily. At the lowest level, NFL players earn between $400,000 and $600,000 per year. At the top end, stars can earn $50 million plus. The National Football League salary cap is approximately $175 million.
So what was NFL football player Red Badgro’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Red Badgro’s net worth at death is:
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