Jason Sehorn is a former professional football cornerback who starred for the New York Giants from 1994 to 2002 and the St. Louis Rams in 2003. He was selected for the Pro Bowl three times and the All-Pro twice. He is assigned as the director of communications for the Hendrick Automotive Group in Charlotte, North Carolina, after retiring from the sport in 2004.
The athlete has also developed his acting career and achieved notoriety by working as an ESPN college analyst in addition to acting. He has appeared in sitcoms such as "Third Watch," "Women's Murder Club," and "Arli$$."
Jason Sehornwas born in Berkeley, California, the United States of America, on April 15, 1971. Nancy Alexander, his mother, is the director of the Economic Governance Program, and Mike Sehorn, his father, was a football coach. His parents divorced when he was two years old, in 1973.
Jason saw his father at irregular intervals until his junior high school years when he opted not to see him at all. He resided with his mother Nancy, who had married Mack Alexander for the second time. From his second father, he has a younger brother named Colby Alexander.
The athlete graduated from Mount Shasta High School in Mount Shasta, California. He also attends the University of South California as a graduate student. He played baseball in his final year and Chicago Cubs chose him. However, his baseball career did not go well as he batted only. 184 points throughout 49 games. As a hitter, he was ineffective.
Thereafter, he quit playing baseball and began playing college football again. He attended Shasta College and played football there. However, due to his exceptional talent as a wide receiver, he later played safety for the University of Southern California. In the 1994 NFL Draft, he was chosen by the New York Giants in the second round, 59th overall.
Three Marriages of Jason
Jason Sehorn has been married thrice, Whitney Casey being his first wife. She worked as a journalist for CNN and ABC News at the time. They originally met while Jason was a volleyball player at the University of Southern California. After a brief term as husband and wife, the couple separated and divorced in 1999 however, the reason for it is still unknown.
Jason then married actress and model Angie Harmon after his divorce from Whitney. On 13 March 2000, he approached Angie and got down on one knee, proposing marriage in front of a live studio audience on one of the episodes of the American late-night talk show 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno' In 2001, the couple tied the knot. After thirteen years of marriage and three children, the former couple called it quits and split in December 2015. Greg Vaughan is Angie's current fiance. The pair swapped rings on December 25, 2019.
Sehorn pursued his love for the third time as on January 30, 2017, he married American businesswoman and activist Meghann Gundermann. She founded "The Foundation of Tomorrow" and is currently the organization's executive director. Through the transformative power of education, TFFT combats vulnerability in Tanzania by investing in students, teachers, and communities.
Jason's Four Children
Jason had three daughters, Emery Hope Sehorn, Finley Faith Sehorn, and Avery Grace Sehorn with his second wife Angie Harmon. Finley Faith Sehorn, the eldest child, was born on October 14, 2001, in the United States. Avery Grace Sehorntheir second child was born on June 22, 2005, in the United States of America.
And the youngest child, Emery Hope Sehorn, was born on December 18, 2008. He also has a child together with his current wife Meghann Gundermann named Sage Cru Sehorn, born on 18 August 2020.
In 1994, the footballer began his professional career. He made his NFL debut with the New York Giants and spent around 8 years playing with them. He then became a cornerback with the St. Louis Rams. However, he was only with the Rams for a year. Jason additionally played baseball, and soon after joining college, he played in the Huntington Cubs rookie league for the Chicago Cubs. He recorded 458 tackles and 19 interceptions in his 10-year NFL career.
The football player has also been featured in a variety of films and television series. In 1999, he made his acting debut as a firefighter on an episode of Third Watch. His character died in a warehouse fire by the end of the episode.
He has also acted in films such as Women's Murder Club, Superstar, Kickin' It, and Arli$$. He started his career as a sports commentator for Fox Sports Net in 2005, but since 2011, he has served as a football analyst for ESPNU, where he is a fixture on their broadcast of Thursday and Saturday night games.
Career Threatening Injury
Jason spent most of his career with the New York Giants, but he sustained a knee injury in 1998 and missed the remainder of the season, although he returned to the field in 1999, he wasn't as quick as he had been before the injury. During the opening kickoff of a preseason game against the New York Jets, he tore his anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments. While Sehorn recovered and returned the next season, his speed had taken a significant toll. He remained with the Giants for the next four years before signing with the St. Louis Rams as a cornerback on March 7, 2003.
Although Jason was unable to play as planned by the Giants following his injury, he gave them his all until he was released by them in 2003. Due to a broken foot, he only played in 10 of 16 games. His NFL career ended before the start of the 2004 season when he failed a physical with the Rams. Jason began exploring collaboration outside of sports after retiring and has been enjoying life away from the spotlight. With his knowledge and expertise, he currently manages Sonic Automotive's communications.
Jason Sehorn's Net Worth
Jason Sehorn has made millions via his football career. He has built an empire for himself through his ESPNU commentator post, Sonic Automotive business, and various media appearances. As of 2022, he is expected to have a net worth of $20 million. During his time with the Giants, he rose to attention as the league's only white starting cornerback.
He signed a big contract with the NFL franchise New York Giants in 2001. He signed a 6-year, $36 million contract with them and received a $10 million signing bonus. According to some observers, this is also one of the worst contracts.
Social Media Presence
Sheron is much active on the social media platforms such as Instagram and Twitter, which all have significant fan bases. The player has more than 6.5k Instagram followers and a lot of pictures on his account under the username of @jasonsehron.
He is also active on Twitter, where he tweets on a wide range of issues and has over 9.5k fans and follows.
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