Rich Eisen

Richard Eisen is a well-known sportscaster who currently works for NFL Network, CBS Sports, and NBC Sports. He is well-known for his appearances on NFL Total Access, NFL GameDay Morning, NFL GameDay Highlights, Thursday Night Football, and many other shows. Richard Eisen has been with the show since 1996. In addition, he appears on The Rich Eisen Show, a radio show.

Richard Eisen, a resident of the United States, reportedly earns around $5 million per year from the network, and as of 2018, he reportedly has an estimated net worth of more than $20 million. He is happily married to Suzy Shuster, with whom he has two sons and a daughter.

Rich Eisen Salary and Net Worth

Rich Eisen is a well-known sports anchor who has had a long and successful career. As a popular Sports Network, NFL Network, CBS Sports, and NBC Sports are well known for paying a high salary to their sportscasters.

Richard Eisen earns a decent salary from the network as a regular NFL Network, CBS Sports, and NBC Sports anchor. Richard Eisen, an American sportscaster/anchor, is estimated to have a net worth of $20 million. As of 2018, the reporter earns a $5 million annual salary from his successful reporting career at the NFL network.

Rich also purchased a home for nearly $ 8 million. Mike Lobell, a Golden Globe-winning film producer, previously owned his $8 million mansions.

Furthermore, a Sports reporter receives additional compensation for his radio and television guest appearances as a sports pundit.

Rich Eisen
Caption: Rich Eisen (source: FanSided)

Rich Eisen’s Childhood and Educational Background

Richard Eisen was born in Brooklyn, New York on June 24, 1969. He is of white ethnicity and is of American nationality.

Eisen received his Bachelor’s degree in BA from the University of Michigan. He also has a master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University.

Rich Eisen’s Professional Life

Before joining the NFL Network, he worked for ESPN. Eisen was part of a comedy duo with Stuart Scott and was well-known for his sense of humor. He also hosted the ESPN reality show Beg, Borrow, and Deal.

He hosted Major League Baseball and was a guest on the Tony Kornheiser Show and the Dan Patrick Show on ESPN Radio. Among Eisen’s many accomplishments at ESPN was breaking the news of Mark McGwire’s retirement from baseball on SportsCenter in 2001.

Rich Eisen was the first on-air talent to join the NFL Network roster in June 2003. Eisen is also the face of a 24-hour, seven-day-a-week football cable and satellite channel.

Until August 2011, he was the main host of the network’s flagship show, NFL Total Access. In 2010, Eisen signed a new long-term contract with NFL Network and became the new host of NFL GameDay Morning, the first NFL Network Pregame Show.

Eisen’s resume was expanded in 2010 with the launch of “The Rich Eisen Podcast,”’s first podcast. The podcast has been downloaded over seven million times since its inception, and its 200th episode was celebrated in 2013.

On October 6, 2014, Eisen launched The Rich Eisen Show, a new sports stalk TV/radio show. The show is broadcast live on Audience Network and NFL Now from DirecTV’s El Segundo, California studios.

Rich Eisen’s Private Life

Eisen is a practicing Jew. Eisen married his wife Suzy Shuster in 2003 and they have two children.

Suzy, his wife, is also a former ESPN football sideline reporter. The couple has two sons and a daughter, and they live in Beverly Hills, California.

Furthermore, the well-known sportscaster is well-known on social media, with 103k followers on Instagram and 1.16 million followers on Twitter.

Rich Eisen
Caption: Rich Eisen’s wife Suzy Shuster (source:

Quick facts:

  • Birth Name: Rich Eisen
  • Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York
  • Famous Name: Rich Eisen
  • Birth Date: June 24, 1969
  • Horoscope: Cancer
  • Net Worth: $20 million
  • Salary: $5 million
  • Show: NFL Total Access, NFL GameDay Morning, NFL GameDay Highlights, Thursday Night Football,
  • Nationality: American
  • Ethnicity: white
  • Profession: American television journalist
  • Currently Working For: NFL Network, CBS Sports, NBC Sports
  • University attended: University of Michigan and Medill School of Journalism
  • Currently Married: yes
  • Married to: Suzy Shuster


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