Brian Billick Bio

(Football League Coach and Commentator)

Relationship Statistics of Brian Billick

What is Brian Billick marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Married
When did Brian Billick get married ? (married date):February 09, 1980
How many children does Brian Billick have ? (name):Two (Keegan Billick, Aubrey Billick)
Is Brian Billick having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Brian Billick gay ?: No
Who is Brian Billick wife ? (name):Leslie Kim McDonald

More about the relationship

Brian Billick married Leslie Kim McDonald on February 9, 1980.

The couple has two children: daughters ‘Keegan Billick’ and ‘Aubrey Billick’.

Who is Brian Billick?

Brian Billick is a former National Football League coach and commentator. He spent nine seasons as head coach of the Baltimore Ravens from January 19, 1999, to December 31, 2007.

Brian led the Ravens to a 34-7 victory over the New York Giants in Super Bowl XXXV, the franchise’s first Super Bowl appearance. He was also the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings when they broke the scoring record in the 1998 season.

Brian Billick: Birth, Age, Parents, Ethnicity, Education

Brian was born as Brian Harold Billick on February 28, 1954, in Fairborn, Ohio. His ethnicity is Caucasian.

There are no details about his father and siblings. But his mother’s name is Leslie Kim McDonald.

He played football and basketball for the Redlands High School in Redlands, California. He was retired by the school in March 2001.

Brian was a linebacker at the United States Air Force Academy during his freshman year, and later a tight end for Brigham Young University. He had said that he left the Air force since his height and body dimensions would not have allowed him to become a fighter pilot.

Brian Billick: Professional Life, Career

In 1977, after being cut by the San Francisco, Brian Billick went back to his hometown of Redlands and worked as a volunteer wide receivers coach for the University of Redlands football team (NAIA), under Coach Frank Serrao. He also split time as an assistant coach at Redlands High School.

Brian worked as a graduate assistant at Brigham Young for one season in 1987. He joined 49ers as an assistant director of public relations from 1978-1980. For five seasons, he was the tight ends coach at the San Diego State University. He also coached at Stanford. Billick became the second coach in Baltimore Raven’s history on January 19, 1999, when he was hired to replace Ted Marchibroda.

He had an 85-67 record in nine seasons with the team, including 5-3 in the playoffs. He won a Super Bowl title. Although Billick had the opportunity to interview for the head coaching job of the reactivated Cleveland Browns and was rumored to be their top candidate, he chose to interview with the Ravens first.

He signed with Baltimore in under 24 hours after his initial interview. In the first season with the Ravens, he led the team to its first non-losing record in the franchise’s four-year history. Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti described the decision to fire Billick as the toughest decision he has ever had to make.

He often appears on ESPN’s Mike and Mike in the morning to discuss football matchups and news. Billick left Fox after the 2013 season. Before beginning his coaching career he appeared as a contestant on TV’s Match Game PM in 1977, losing to Marla Marshall.

Net Worth, Salary

His estimated net worth is $5 million and his salary is around $75k per year.

Brian Billick’s Rumors, Controversy, and Criticism

There were rumors that Brian will coach Philadelphia. He was unable to get the post of a head coach after he was fired in 2007 due to a dismal show on the field and this was supported in the locker room.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight

Brian Billick has a height of 6 feet 5 inches with a weight of 104 kg. He has brown hair and lights brown eyes color.

Social Media Profiles

Brian is active on the Twitter account but he is not active on Facebook and Instagram accounts. He has more than 202.3k followers on his Twitter account.

 

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