Tom Waddle Bio, Wiki, ABC 7, Age, Education, Height, Family, Wife, Children, and Career

Tom Waddle Biography|Profile

Tom Waddle is an accomplished former American football player in the National Football League (NFL). He is currently a co-host of “Waddle and Silvy” on ESPN 1000. Additionally, he is a football analyst for WLS-TV in Chicago. He also appears on Pro Football Weekly and NFL Network. He spent his entire six-year career with the Chicago Bears.

Tom Waddle Age

How old is Waddle? He is 56 years old as of 2024. Waddle was born on 20 February 1967, in Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. He celebrates his birthday on February 20 every year.

Tom Waddle Education

He graduated from Boston College and Archbishop Moeller High School.

Tom Waddle Height|Weight

Waddle stands on an average height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 70kgs

Tom Waddle Family

He was born in the United States, however, he has not revealed information regarding his parents or siblings members. This information will be updated as soon as it is available.

Tom Waddle
Tom Waddle

Tom Waddle Wife|Married

He is happily married to the love of his life, Cara. Cara is the daughter of AFL Hall of Famer Gino Cappelletti. Together, they gave birth to four daughters. His oldest daughter Georgia is a member of the Northwestern Wildcats soccer team. He and his family live in Lake Forest in

Tom Waddle Children|Daughter

They are blessed with four daughters. His oldest daughter Georgia is a member of the Northwestern Wildcats soccer team. He and his family live in Lake Forest in.

Tom Waddle Career

After his retirement, Waddle began working for WFLD. He could do pre and post-game analysis for bear games. Additionally, he began to work as a weekend and fill-in sports anchor. He also did some feature segments that were mostly comedic. Later, he began co-hosting shows such as Chicago Bears Gameday Live, Fox Kickoff Sunday, and The Final Word on Sunday nights. Tom began co-hosting Sports Central with David Kaplan on weeknights from 7–9. In this show, he was required to discuss not just football, but all sports in 1997.

During his tenure at WGN, he was also one of the trio of former Chicago Bears called “The Three Bears” with Glen Kozlowski and Dan Hampton. He paired with Marc “Silvy” Silverman, and his new show initially aired in 7–9 pm spot as Sports Central. After 2 months, they were moved to the weekday morning slot from 9 am to 12 noon. This slot was formerly occupied by Steve Rosenbloom and Sean Salisbury. In addition, the show was eventually expanded to four hours and to include weekly in-studio one-hour segments with WLS-TV sports anchor Mark Giangreco each Tuesday. During football season, “Waddle and Silvy” host “The Jay Cutler Show” with the Bears’ QB, which originates from various bars/restaurants throughout Chicago on Mondays or Tuesdays following each Bears’ Game.

Every Wednesday, a listener was invited to be a contestant in the game “Wife or Radio Partner” where Tom Waddle reads three statements and the contestant must decide whether they were made by his wife, Cara, or his radio partner, Silvy. Two out of three correct guesses win the listener a prize from one of the show’s sponsors (though prizes are often awarded for scores of zero or one.)

Tom Waddle NFL Network

He began working at the NFL network in Los Angeles as a gameday analyst paired with retired offensive lineman Jamie Dukes in 2007. In the 2010 season, he contributed as an analyst on NFL GameDay Scoreboard and NFL Total Access. His NFL analyses are notable for being concise and cogent.

Tom Waddle Bears

The Chicago Bears signed Waddle as an undrafted free agent in 1989. During his first two years with the Bears, he struggled to make an impact as a receiver. Waddle lacked the size and speed to distinguish himself from other Bears wide receivers and remained on the lower rungs of the team’s depth chart. He received a chance to start in 1991 after the Bears lost starters due to injuries.

In a nationally televised Monday night game against the Jets, he made eight catches for 102 yards in an overtime win. In Chicago’s wild-card playoff loss to Dallas (17-13), Waddle was the Bears’ sole standout performer on the offensive side of the ball, catching nine passes for 104 yards and a touchdown. His performance established him as a mainstay in the Bear’s lineup and clinched him a spot on the famed All-Madden Team.

Tom Waddle Salary|Net Worth

Waddle has an estimated salary ranging between $70,000 – $125,000 and has an estimated net worth of $1 Million -$5 Million which he earned from his broadcasting career.

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