Seth Joyner Wife and Net Worth 2022 As NFL Post Game Presenter Is Leaving NBC Sports

Seth Hoyner quits the NBC Live Show

Seth Joyner, a former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker, recently made a headline as he decided to leave NBC Sports.

The National Football League champion Joyner used to play for many top teams like Philadelphia Eagles, Arizona Cardinals, Denver Broncos, and Green Bay Packers and became the Super Bowl champion with his boyhood club Philadelphia Eagles.

Born on November 18, 1964, Joyner has enjoyed a lot of accolades, both personal and for clubs but is his marriage as successful as his scintillating career? Let's find out the details of his relationship.

Seth Joyner Wife: Who is He Married To?

The 57-year-old American football analyst is married to the love of her life Kendra Butters.Β 

However, the news of his wedding and the identity of her wife are not available on any other websites on the internet. Thus, further details of their relationship could not be scorched. Besides, Joyner posted on his Twitter his wife Kendra BUtters birthday on November 15, 2019.Β 

The partners were blessed with a son named Tobias Ajani Joyner, who is in his early twenties. Seth posted on his Instagram, "Proud to call this handsome young man Son" with the pictures of him and Tobias on National Son Day in September 2020.

Seth Joyner Net Worth 2022: Eagles Star Player Salary

Joyner, the former All-Pro linebacker for the Eagles, has an estimated net worth of $1.6 million perΒ Ncert Point.

With a height of 6 feet and 2 inches, Joyner had an amazing playing career, winning Super Bowl with the eagles in 1988, followed by his retirement and post-playing career as a pundit on different channels. He has an annual salary of $400,000, which diverts into a weekly wage of $8,000.Β 

Although his financial reports have not been revealed, Joyner has a handful of incoming sources from which he can live such lavish lives. On top of that, in August 1994, he purchased a four-bed, 3.5 bath, 5,500 square feet house in Paradise Valley, Arizona, based on public records.

Eagles Hall of Fame Seth Joyner
Eagles Hall of Fame Seth Joyner ( Source : nbcsports )

Why Is Seth Joyner Leaving NBC Sports?

Seth Joyner decided to leave The Eagle Post Game Live on NBC Sports just a few days ago.

Upon asking why his surprise quit, NFL Alum said that the departure of his fellow show member Ray Didinger was the key factor behind his exit. "Sometimes things run their course, and it's time, you know?" Joyner said. "My man, Ray Diddy, called it a career, and it's hard to replicate and duplicate the kind of chemistry and camaraderie that we had."

His departure comes on the heels of Ray Didinger's retirement last month, which means that half of the team on "Eagles Postgame Live" will be newcomers this September. But Joyner hinted about his new destination or maybe a new show of his own by saying, "Don't worry. Information will flow in the next couple of weeks," Joyner said. "It's not like you're not going to be able to hear my commentary. Another situation arose and created an opportunity for me to do something different."

Seth Joyner Career

Joyner was a linebacker with the Philadelphia Eagles (1986-1993), Arizona Cardinals (1994-1996), Green Bay Packers (1997), and Denver Broncos (1998).

Because of his mix of strength and agility, he excelled in all defensive statistical categories. Joyner had eight solo tackles, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, and two sacks against the Houston Oilers on Monday Night Football in 1991 while having a 102-degree temperature.

Moreover, Joyner is among several members of the NFL's 20/20 Club for interceptions and sacks. He has 52.5 sacks, trailing only Ted Hendricks (60.5), and has won two Super Bowls with the Denver Broncos and the Green Bay Packers. Paul Zimmerman of Sports Illustrated awarded him NFL Player of the Year in 1998.