Hines Ward is born on March 08, 1976, ( ) and his place of birth is America. His profession is American football player, Actor. His zodiac sign is Pisces. He is well-known for his American football player line of work.

Hines Ward Bio

Hines Ward is a retired American football wide receiver who has a net worth of $18 million. He is best known today for being offensive assistant coach for the New York Jets, although he has a long and impressive playing career behind him as well. Back when Hines was a player in the NFL, he wowed fans as a wide receiver for the Pittsburgh Steelers. During his playing career, he became the team’s all-time leader in receptions, receiving yardage, and touchdown receptions. Other honors include the Super Bowl MVP Award in 2005.

Ward is somewhat unique in the world of American football because he was born in Seoul, South Korea. Hines Edward Ward Jr. was born on March 8th of 1976 in Seoul, South Korea. His mother, Kim Younghee, is a Korean national, while his father is an African-American who was serving in Korea as part of the United States military. Although the two parents initially lived in Atlanta and East Point, Georgia, Ward Sr. quickly departed for a tour of duty in Germany. One year later, the parents divorced when Ward Jr. was about two years old.

Outside of football, Ward pursued a successful entertainment career, appearing on TV shows like “Dancing with the Stars” and “The Walking Dead.” He is also known for his cameo in “The Dark Knight Rises.” In addition, he worked as an analyst for NBC’s “Football Night in America” from 2012 to 2015. Ward later worked with networks such as CNN and HLN as an analyst.

Hines first lived with his mother, but he was then raised by his paternal grandmother. Ward Sr. had complained in court that his mother could not raise him sufficiently because of her inability to speak fluent English. A few more years passed before Hines was reunited with his mother. During this time, Ward Sr. did not provide Kim Younghee with child support, and he neglected to visit his son on a regular basis. To this day, Hines Ward has stated that he has not reconciled with his father.

Ward Jr. quickly showed his athletic talents while at high school, initially excelling as a quarterback. He also played well in baseball and was even drafted by the Florida Marlins in 1994. However, Ward then went on to play football for the University of Georgia. This was when he first started playing wide receiver, although he also played tailback on occasion. He then went on to play quarterback during his sophomore year, performing quite well. However, he reverted back to his role as a receiver during his final two years. When all was said and done, Hines had the second-most receiving yards of any player in the school’s history.

Personal Information
Full Name Hines Ward
Profession American football player, Actor
Nationality United States of America
Birthday March 08
Birth date March 8, 1976
Birth Week day Monday
Current Age
Birth sign Pisces

Hines Ward played the entirety of his NFL career for the Pittsburgh Steelers, starting in 1998. He initially signed a three-year, $885,000 contract. In 2001, he signed a four-year, $9.5-million contract extension, having proved himself as a valuable player. 2002 was arguably the best season of his career, but he would go on to win the Super Bowl in 2005 and 2008. In 2009, he signed a four-year, $22-million contract, complete with a signing bonus of $3 million. In 2012, he retired after being released by the Steelers.

Interestingly, Ward then discovered that he was missing an anterior cruciate ligament after leaving college. It was later determined that the ligament must have been somehow removed or lost as a result of a bike accident during childhood.

Hines Ward has attempted several business ventures, including a bar in Pittsburgh and a restaurant in Pennsylvania.

Ward is considered one of the best blocking receivers in NFL history. That being said, he was often criticized for hitting defenders on their blind side, which often caused serious injuries. It got so bad that the NFL was forced to create a new rule that banned these types of hits in the future, and this rule became known as the “Hines Ward Rule.”

Hines Ward Net Worth $18 Million

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Networth $18 Million
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Source of Income American football player
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House Living in Own House in United States of America

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