Brian Griese Net Worth:- $12 Million
Brian Griese Net Worth:- Brian Griese was born on March 18, 1975, a well-known American football player, in the USA. NFL quarterback who spent 10 years with Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Chicago Bears before retiring in 2013. Brian Griese was born under the sign of the Pisces fish, according to astrology.
In the spring of 2004, on the island of St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands, Griese married Brook McClintic, a clinical psychologist. Griese was playing for the Denver Broncos at the time they started dating. Brian and Brook welcomed their first child, a girl they named Annalia Rose, on April 6, 2006.
Griese was a four-year starter for the University of Michigan Wolverines in football from 1993 to 1997. He walked on to the football team at Michigan since they wouldn’t give him a scholarship. While at Purdue (his father’s alma mater), he was offered a full scholarship, but he turned it down.
Griese took over as the starting quarterback in 1995 after Scott Dreisbach was injured five games into the season, after he redshirted in 1993 and was confined to placeholding responsibilities in 1994. Griese took over as the starter for the rest of the 1995 season, culminating in a 31-23 victory over then-No. 2 Ohio State.
He joined the Miami Dolphins in a free agent deal in June of 2003. When he was released from the Dolphins in February 2004, he had only a brief time with the team where his father Bob Griese spent his entire 14-year playing career. When starting quarterback Jay Fiedler of the Miami Dolphins went down with an injury, Griese stepped in to take his place. Griese threw three touchdown passes and no interceptions in a 38-0 rout over San Diego to start his career as a Dolphin.
Griese received the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation’s 2011 Patterson Award for Excellence in Sports Philanthropy, which honors and promotes the selfless contribution of people in the sports industry.
2014 saw him get the Dungy-Thompson Humanitarian Award from the Big Ten, and 2015 saw him take home the Ford-Kinnick Leadership Award, making him the first person to win both of the conference’s yearly honors. These honors are given to former Big Ten football players who have excelled in leadership and humanitarianism since graduating from college.