Ronnie Lott Net Worth

Ronnie Lott Net Worth

Ronnie Lott, an American football cornerback and safety who played 14 seasons for teams such as the San Francisco 49ers, Los Angeles Raiders and New York Jets – winning four Super Bowls during his time with each. Additionally he is honored as an All-Decade Team member as well as being honored into Pro Football Hall of Fame. Besides football Lott has co-owned several car dealerships as well as currently working as an analyst for Fox and Pac-12 television networks.

Ronald Mandel Lott was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico and is a United States citizen. He attended Eisenhower High School in Rialto, California before going on to study at the University of Southern California. Following graduation he was selected in the first round of the 1981 NFL Draft by San Francisco 49ers as their eighth overall selection in their inaugural draft class.

Lott enjoyed an outstanding NFL career and earned many prestigious awards and honors during this time, such as participating on a team which won all four Super Bowls of the ’80s while becoming a four-time All-Pro player and leading two different NFL interceptions lists before being honored with induction into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2000.

Since retiring from football, Lott has expanded his business interests by investing in real estate, automotive, finance and real estate development. He currently serves as president of Ronnie Lott Enterprises and an executive board member of Tampa Bay Sports Authority; furthermore he established an eponymous foundation which funds programs for youths and families as well as serving on the boards of Lowry Park Zoo and Tampa’s City of Tampa Stadium.

Lott earned significant wealth during his NFL playing days, leading him to amass an estimated net worth of $5 Million today. He currently resides in Cupertino, California, with wife Karen Collmer whom he married March 2, 1991 and together they share three children – daughters Hailey and Chloe as well as son Isaiah. Lott has served as a football analyst on Fox NFL Sunday as well as working on the PAC-12 Network program PAC-12 Playbook as an analyst.

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