Table of Biography
- 0.1 Brock Huard is a former American NFL player and now working as a FOX NFL game analyst. Moreover, Brock Huard’s brother, Damon is also played quarterback at the University of Washington before going on to play in the NFL.
- 1 Early life
- 2 Professional career
- 3 Relationship Status
- 4 Brock Huard – Body measurements
- 5 Brock Huard – Social Media
Brock Huard is a former American NFL player and now working as a FOX NFL game analyst. Moreover, Brock Huard’s brother, Damon is also played quarterback at the University of Washington before going on to play in the NFL.
Brock Anthony Huard best known as Brock Huard was born on 15th April 1976, in Seattle, Washington, the United States of America. As of now, he is 45 years old and is a citizen of America.
Moreover, he has a sun sign of Aries and he is a MORMON by the religion. He is the son of Mike Huard (father), and Pegg Huard (mother).
Talking about his siblings, he has two brothers whose names are Damon Huard and Luke Huard.
Talking about his academic background, he studied in the same school as his father and brother did, the Puyallup High School in Puyallup, Washington.
After completing his graduation, he enrolled at the University of Washington where he majored in psychology.
High school and University career
During his high school days, he appeared as the left-handed quarterback where he led his father’s team.
He won several awards while playing under his father, including Gatorade National Player of the Year, All-State, and Class AAA State Player-of-the-Year.
In addition, he also appeared in basketball, scoring 18.1 points and grabbing 7.5 rebounds.
He started his college career as a redshirt freshman, competing for a starting position against Mukilteo’s Shane Fortney.
He played behind senior quarterback Jake Plummer at first, but after Fortney was hurt, he took over as the starter. Brock guided Washington to fourth place in the AP poll after Fortney went to Northern Iowa.
Due to his ankle injury, he missed the games in the 1997 season. After recovery, he return in the 1998 season and made a comeback with a win at Arizona State.
After completing his graduation, he entered the 1999 NFL Draft. Moreover, the Seattle Seahawks picked him as the 77th overall pick in the third round.
In 2000, he was a backup to Jon Kitna and he played his first game against the Dolphins. In 2002, the Seattle Seahawks trade Brock to the Indianapolis Colts.
Moreover, he appeared as the backup for Peyton Manning. In 2004, he signed to become the Seahawks’ third-string quarterback, but he spent the whole season on injured reserve, his final year of professional football.
He finished his NFL career with 60 of 109 passing for 689 yards, four touchdowns, and two interceptions.
On November 26, 2000, Brock and Damon became the first brothers in NFL history to start at quarterback on the same weekend.
Damon started for the Miami Dolphins against the Indianapolis Colts, while Brock started for the Seattle Seahawks against the Denver Broncos.
Broadcasting and analyst career
In 2008, he began his broadcasting career through ESPN radio, where he covered college football networks for a decade.
He’s also worked in the studio for ESPN, ABC, and the SEC Network, as well as calling games for ESPN, ABC, and the SEC Network.
He also served as a color commentator with play-by-play announcer Bob Wischusen at the time. They worked together to cover ESPN college football broadcasts in the SEC and Big Ten conferences.
He then worked as a color commentator for the Seahawks’ preseason games in 2013. Moreover, he conducted play-by-play on KCPQ and KZJO with Fox Sports’ Curt Menefee at that time.
He worked as an announcer for ESPN Pop Warner football specials live from Disney’s Wide World of Sports before joining Fox Sports in 2019.
He now co-hosts the Brock and Salk program with co-host Mike Salk on KIRO-AM, a sports radio discussion show. Their Brock and Salk Show used to air on ESPN 710 Seattle
, but it was only in late September 2019 that it was switched to a podcast. His most recent project is a charity signing with UW Husky Football for Seattle Children’s COVID-19 Relief, which he did with his brother.
Awards and Net Worth
As of now, Brock Huard has not received any major awards or recognition. We can assume that Brock might win some of them in upcoming years.
Talking about his net worth, he has an estimated net worth of around $6 million and earned $39,910 an average annual salary as a broadcaster.
Brock Huard is married to Molly Hills who is also a former basketball player. They first met at the University of Washington and called in love with each other.
The couple has three children, two daughters whose names are Haley, Macey, and a son whose name is unknown. Both of his daughters is a professional basketball player.
As of now, Brock Huard is not a part of controversy nor has gotten into rumors and is focused on his career.
Brock Huard – Body measurements
Brock Huard has an athletic body type with blue eyes and blonde color hair. Moreover, he has blue eyes and blonde color hair. In addition, Brock is 6 feet 4 inches tall and weighs around 105 kg.
Brock Huard – Social Media
On his Instagram page, there are 68 posts and there are more than 84.1k followers on Twitter. Aside from that, Brock Huard isn’t on Facebook at all.