Steve Gleason Net Worth 2020, Biography, Early Life, Education, Career and Achievement.
Steve Gleason Net Worth – Steve Gleason is a former American football player who played as a safety with New Orleans Saints of the NFL. He retired from NFL after eight seasons.
Steve Michael Gleason was born on March 19, 1977, in Spokane, Washington, United States. He is an American by his nationality and his ethnicity is white. His parents are Mike Gleason and Gail Gleason.
Gleason went to Gonzaga Prep, where he received consecutive defensive MVP awards as a linebacker in the Greater Spokane League. He also played for G-Prep. Gleason also received a scholarship to play college football at Washington State in Pullman, at WSU he was also a member of Alpha Tau Omega.
Steve Gleason is married to his wife Michel Varisco Gleason in 2008. The pair has been together since then. Their married life is extremely well and there are no any issues and rumors of divorce between the lovely couples. His spouse is extremely beautiful and supportive.
The beautiful couple has also children and their son Rivers was born in the year 2011, in the month of October.
They are currently expecting a baby girl in October 2018. Gleason is very loyal towards his wife and doesn’t have any extramarital affairs.
Moving to his professional career, Gleason signed his contract with Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent in the year 2000. He was also selected by the Birmingham Thunderbolts with the 191st pick of the 2001 XFL Draft. Gleason was also signed to the New Orleans Saints.
Gleason, who played with the New Orleans Saints from 2000 to 2008, is best remembered for his blocked punt against the Atlanta Falcons on the night the Superdome reopened after Hurricane Katrina. Gleason was awarded a Super Bowl ring by the Saints in September 2011.
Steve Gleason has appeared in several documentary series and movie. He earns a huge amount of salary and his total salary boosted his net worth.
Gleason has the net worth estimated to be about $2 million. In 2015, New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson donated $5 million to Gleason for the treatment of ALS.