Andrew James Whitworth is a former American football tackle who played in the National Football League for 16 seasons. He spent his first 11 seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals and his final five with the Los Angeles Rams.
Andrew Whitworth Net Worth 2023 Biography
|Net Worth:||$47 Million|
|Age:||41 Years Old|
|Born:||December 12, 1981|
Andrew James Whitworth was born on the 12th of December, 1981, in Louisiana. Whitworth attended West Monroe High School in West Monroe, Louisiana, where he played high school football for the Rebels under coach Don Shows and graduated in 2001. He was a part of two Louisiana Class 5A State Championship teams in 1998 and 2000 when the school was listed by the National High School Football Tony Poll as National Champions.
With his wife Melissa, a reporter and former Miss Louisiana, Whitworth has four children: Michael, Katherine, and twins Sarah and Drew. Whitworth has been active in a number of philanthropic endeavors. He is the founder of the BigWhit 77 Foundation, through which he hosts a fundraising golf tournament in Louisiana. Additionally, Whitworth does motivational speaking for youth groups in both Louisiana and the Greater Cincinnati area. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he donated $250,000 to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank to help those in need.
Andrew Whitworth studied at West Monroe High School in his early years. He later completed his high school studies from there and shifted to Louisiana State University. He played for the college team and achieved decent success. Later, he was drafted into NFL.
Career and Awards
Andrew Whitworth started his footballing career in the year 2006, When he was signed by the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2006 draft, In the second round. He was the 55th pick of the day and probably the most successful one as well. Whitworth was already a phenomenal player, even before joining NFL. He has achieved numerous milestones with his college and school team. He was already a district champion four times. Andrew Whitworth was hugely acknowledged by his team, as he helped them in winning several accolades. He played with Cincinnati Bengals for 11 seasons, being named in their 3× Pro Bowls and 1 First-Team All-Pro. On the position of Tackle, there aren’t many better Players than Andrew. In 2017, he joined Los Angeles Rams and ended his career with them In 2021. He holds several records as well, like Oldest Offensive Lineman in a Super Bowl, Oldest Tackle to play in a game, etc.