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Troy Aikman is a retired American football quarterback who spent 12 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League (NFL). He won the Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year after transferring from Oklahoma and was taken first overall by the Cowboys in the 1989 NFL Draft.
From 1992 until 1995, the 54-year-old player was the Cowboys' longest-serving quarterback, earning six Pro Bowl appearances and three Super Bowl championships. In Super Bowl XXVII, Aikman was awarded MVP, the franchise's first title in over a decade. He is married to his wife, Catherine Mooty.
As per Celebrity Net Worth, the estimated net worth of Tory Aikman is around $60 million. He made a total of $55.5 million in his NFL career, with a basic salary of $27.4 million and bonuses of $17.85 million.
Troy Aikman is a retired American football quarterback who spent 12 seasons with the Dallas Cowboys in the National Football League (NFL).
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With an 8-year, $50 million contract that included an $11 million signing bonus, Aikman was the highest-paid player in the NFL in 1993. This contract would be worth $90 million in today's money, with a $20 million signing bonus. His annual income was $7.5 million at the time of his retirement.
Troy's annual salary when he first started broadcasting was only $1 million. His annual compensation increased to $7.5 million by 2019, becoming him the world's highest-paid sports commentator. Tony Romo, on the other hand, is said to have set a new record by signing a $14 million-per-year contract with ESPN.
Aikman teamed up with Roger Staubach in 2005, who was also a quarterback with the Cowboys. They joined together to form Hall of Fame Racing, a NASCAR racing team. In 2006, they participated in the NASCAR NEXTEL Cup Series with drivers Terry Labonte and Tony Raines.
Troy Aikman's divorce caused him to sell the family's long-time Highland Park house for $27.54 million in 2011. At the time, it was Texas' most expensive home on the market. In 2012, he reduced the price to $14 million, but he was unable to find a buyer right away.
Troy Aikman's divorce caused him to sell the family's long-time Highland Park house for $27.54 million in 2011.
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The house has 10,520 square feet of living space and is situated on 1.45 acres of ground. A double-story atrium, a pool, a basketball court, and huge gardens are among the other delights.
Aikman had purchased another home in the Highland Park region for $4.3 million in 2013, according to reports. He eventually sold the house for $5.4 million in 2015. It lies on a third of an acre and has four bedrooms and more than 10,700 square feet of living space.
A home theater, a wine cellar, and French doors are among the other delights. There is also a pool and a spa on the premises.
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