Bobby Beathard is a former National Football League general manager (NFL). Bobby Beathard’s teams won four Super Bowls over his 38-year NFL career, starting with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1966, the Miami Dolphins in 1972 and 1973, the Washington Redskins in 1982, 1983, and 1987, and the San Diego Chargers in 1994.
Table of Biography
Bobby Beathard was born in Zanesville, Ohio, on January 24, 1937. He is American according to his nationality. As of the year 2021, his age is 84 years old. In addition, his zodiac sign is Aquarius. Pete Beathard, his younger brother, was his companion when he grew up.
Similarly, he went to El Segundo High School in El Segundo, California, and was a member of the football team. He had attended Cal Poly after graduating from high school, where he played football as a backup running back and then as the starting quarterback and defensive back.
Bobby Beathard went undrafted in 1959 and played for two professional clubs during the preseason. But he couldn’t find employment, so he spent his early post-college years playing semi-pro football and doing a variety of non-football jobs. He began his professional football career as a part-time scout for the Kansas City Chiefs in 1963 and then left the Chiefs to scout for the American Football League for a brief period. As a member of the 1966 Chiefs, he also received his first AFL championship ring. From 1968 to 1971, Beathard worked as a scout for the Atlanta Falcons.
The Washington Redskins hired Beathard as their general manager in 1978. Beathard, Russ Grimm, Joe Gibbs, and Art Monk all led the Redskins to three Super Bowl appearances and two championships during his time in Washington. Furthermore, the Redskins’ 1991 championship squad was largely made up of players who Beathard had recruited to the team.
Beathard joined the Chargers as general manager after a year as a studio analyst for NBC. In his third season in San Diego, the team secured its first division title and, five years later, made its first Super Bowl appearance. In the year 2000, Beathard announced his retirement.
Bobby Beathard’s net worth is reported to be over $3 million as of 2018. He was paid an equivalent of $500,000 a year as the general manager of the NFL.
He has earned a total of $3 million in his tenure as a general manager in the NFL. Bobby Beathard’s personal belongings, apart from his financial earnings, include a home in Franklin, Tennessee.
Bobby Beathard has been married to Christine, his wife, since 1978. Casey and Kurt Beathard, their two sons, were born to them. Kurt is a football coach and Casey is a country music songwriter. His other two grandsons, Jeffery and C. J.
Beathard have played rugby, and Tucker Beathard, his third grandson, is a singer-songwriter. Furthermore, he currently resides in Franklin, Tennessee with his partner, Christine. Beathard is in his eighties, but his marriage to his wife is still going high.
Body Measurement and Social Media
Bobby Beathard has a dashing personality. At the age of 84, he has maintains his health and stays fit. He has grey hair with sparkling blue eyes. Besides this, there isn’t any information regarding his height and other body measures.
Similarly, he isn’t active on social media including Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.