Plaxico Burress’ Net Worth
A total of $6 million dollars has been estimated to be worth Plaxico Burress’s fortune as an American professional football player. Plaxico Burress, who was born in 1977 in Norfolk, Virginia, is a wide receiver who is presently available as a free agent. Burress was a member of the Michigan State University football team, which competed in the Big Ten, and was named to the All-Big Ten team twice.
Burress was voted the Most Valuable Player in both of Michigan State’s postseason bowl games this season. During the 2000 NFL Draft, the Pittsburgh Steelers selected Burress with the eighth overall pick, making him the eighth overall pick. He was with the Steelers until 2004, collecting more than 250 passes for a total of 4,164 yards and 22 touchdowns in his time with the team.
He was featured on an episode of MTV’s “True Life” during his rookie season. In 2005, he re-signed with the New York Giants, who were his previous employer. Among Burress’ most famous moments with the Giants is his acrobatic touchdown reception in Super Bowl XLII, which gave the team the victory. The Giants upset the New England Patriots, who were previously undefeated. Burress signed a contract extension with the Giants in the wake of a contract dispute before being dismissed in early 2009 after accidently shooting himself in the head in a New York City nightclub. B.B.urress is said to have brought a loaded gun into the club and ended up with a gunshot wound to the thigh that he inflicted upon himself.
He surrendered himself to authorities two days later on allegations of criminal possession of a weapon. As a result of the ongoing legal drama, Burress was released from his contract by the New York Giants in the summer of 2009. He later accepted a plea deal that sentenced him to two years in jail. A number of other legal battles have been waged against him as well, including allegations of moving infractions, a car accident, and allegations that he breached a contract with a car dealership.
Upon his release from prison, Burress was signed to a one-year contract with the New York Jets organisation. He returned to the Steelers a year later, however he was forced to miss the entire 2013 season due to a shoulder injury. They have been married since 2005, and their daughter is named Tiffany Glenn after his mother. They are the parents of two children.
Plaxico Burress was born in Norfolk, Virginia, United States, to Vicki Burress (who is now deceased) and her husband. His uncle was the inspiration for his given name. Ricardo and Carlos are his two younger brothers. Tiffany Glenn, Burress’ wife of seven years, and their children Elijah (born July 2005) and Giovanna (born November 2009), are the couple’s only children. Burress graduated from Green Run High School in Virginia Beach, Virginia, in 1996, and then went on to study for a year at Fork Union Military Academy in Fork Union, Virginia, before returning to Green Run High School. He currently resides in Totowa, New Jersey.