NFL player Akbar Gbaja-Biamila has a net worth of $10 million that is estimated based on his salary. Find his wiki, house, ethnicity, and family. He is also a renowned face of American Television, who has won several hearts of the viewers by appearing on the NFL Network show, American Ninja Warrior. He is the co-host of that show. Akbar is actually a former American footballer, who has played the game on a professional level for long. He is now also the sports analyst of NFL Network.
|Full Name||Akbar Oluwakemi-Idowu Gbaja-Biamila|
|Birth Date||May 6, 1979|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Source of Income||Football Player|
|Annual Salary||$1.5 Million|
He started playing the soccer from his college days and has continued the journey up to a professional level He played in Oakland Raiders and his role was the undrafted free agent for the team. Not only that, Akbar also was on the field for Miami Dolphins and San Diego Chargers. His brother Kabeer Gbaja-Biamila is also a footballer. He was born on 6th May of 1979 in Los Angeles of California. He has attended the Crenshaw High School. He was not a footballer but more a basketball player in his school days. He was a star player for his school team and has won several State and City championships with his other teammates. His game has made his way to become a prime choice of the selectors of all-league and also for all-conference.
Akbar own an independent house in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
But suddenly he shifted his choice of game from Basketball to football in his college days as he got the scholarship for football at his college. He played football as a team member of San Diego State University. His game has made his way to become a prime choice of the selectors of all-league and also for all-conference. He was in the group of Athletes for Education in his college. He started his professional career with Oakland Raiders in 2003. He played 13 out of 16 games of the team. While in 2004, he played 14 games for Raiders throughout the regular season. In this season he built up 14 tackles including 11 solo, which was a career high. During 2005 he was mostly out of the game because of injuries. In 2006 he came back in the game with his new club, San Diego Chargers. In 2007 Gbaja-Biamila signed with Miami Dolphins under Head coach Cam Cameron. In 2008 he resigned with Oakland Raiders and retires as Raiders.