Sid Gillman was a professional football player who played End (American football). Gillman died on January 3, 2003, in Carlsbad, California. Gillman was born on October 26, 1911, in Minneapolis. This page looks closely at Sid Gillman’s net worth.Image Credit: SugnuSicilianu
In high school, Sid Gillman played football for North Community High School. Gillman played college football on the Ohio State Buckeyes football team.
In the past, Gillman played for the Cleveland Rams. Some of the highlights of Sid Gillman’s career included: AFL champion, Chargers career wins record, and List of San Diego Chargers Hall of Fame inductees, List of San Diego Chargers 50th Anniversary Team, List of San Diego Chargers 40th Anniversary Team.
Gillman has coached for the Ohio State Buckeyes football as Assistant coach, Denison Big Red football as Assistant coach, Ohio State Buckeyes football as Assistant coach, Denison Big Red football as Offensive-defensive line coach, Miami Redskins football as Assistant coach, Miami Redskins football as Head coach, Army Black Knights football as Offensive-defensive line coach, Cincinnati Bearcats football as Head coach, Los Angeles Rams as Head coach, Los Angeles Chargers / History of the San Diego Chargers as Head coach, Houston Oilers as Head coach, and Chicago Bears as Offensive coordinator. Gillman had a coaching record of 123-104-7; NCAA: winning percentage including a regular record of 122-99-7 and a playoff record of 1-5-.
National Football League salaries range greatly. At the low end, NFL players earn between $400,000 and $600,000 per year. At the highest level, NFL players can bring in $50 million plus. The National Football League salary cap is around $175 million.
So what was NFL football player Sid Gillman’s net worth at the time of death? Our estimate for Sid Gillman’s net worth at death is:
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