Sammy Baugh was a professional football player who played Quarterback; defensive back; Punter (American football) as number 33, 45. Baugh’s height was 6 ft 2 in. Baugh died on December 17, 2008, in Rotan, Texas. Baugh was born on March 17, 1914, in Temple, Texas. This page looks closely at Sammy Baugh’s net worth.Image Credit: Tenschert Photo Co Washington, D C .
In high school, Sammy Baugh played football for Sweetwater High School (Sweetwater, Texas). Baugh played college football on the TCU Horned Frogs football team. In the 1937 NFL draft, Baugh was chosen number 6 in round 1.
In the past, Baugh played for the Washington Redskins. Some of the highlights of Sammy Baugh’s career included: 2× NFL champion, Pro Bowl, 6× First-team All-Pro, 2× NFL Player of the Year Awards, 4× List of NFL season passing yards leaders, 2× List of NFL season passing touchdowns leaders, 3× List of National Football League season passer rating leaders, List of NFL season interceptions leaders, The 70 Greatest Redskins, Jersey number retired, NFL 75th Anniversary All-Time Team, NFL 1940s All-Decade Team, Consensus College Football All-America Team, and Jersey number retired.
Baugh has coached for the Hardin-Simmons Cowboys football, History of the New York Jets, and History of the Houston Oilers.
Some of Baugh’s most prominent statistics include 31 Interceptions, 338 Punts, 21,886 Passing yards, 187-203 Touchdown; Interception, 72.2 Passer rating, and 45.1 Punting average.
NFL salaries range heavily. At the low end, NFL players earn between $400,000 and $600,000 per year. At the highest level, players can bring in $50 million or more. The National Football League salary cap is approximately $175 million.
So what was NFL football player Sammy Baugh’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Sammy Baugh’s net worth at death is:
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