Richard Marvin Biography: Age, Net Worth, Height, Family

Dick Butkus has an estimated net worth of $8 million.

Dick Butkus

Do you know Who is Dick Butkus?

Richard Marvin Butkus is a former professional football player and actor from the United States. He worked as a lineman from 1965 to 1973.

Quick Fact Dick Butkus

Full Name:Dick Butkus
Age:79 years
Birthday:December 9, 1942
Wife:Helen Essenhart
Net Worth: $8 million
Height:1.91 m
Sibling: Luke Butkus

Dick Butkus Net worth, Earnings

Dick is one of the wealthiest and most popular football players. According to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Dick Butkus has an estimated net worth of $8 million.

Dick Butkus: Early Life and Family

Dick Butkus is a well-known football player who was born on December 9, 1942 in the United States. During his nine-year career with the Chicago Bears, he was named to eight Pro Bowls. He concluded his career with 1,020 tackles, 22 interceptions, and 27 fumble recoveries for a total of 1,020 tackles, 22 interceptions, and 27 fumble recoveries. According to astrology, Dick Butkus was born under the sign of Sagittarius.

He married his high school sweetheart Helen, and their son had three children, one of whom went on to play for the University of Southern California.

Dick Butkus Dating Life (Relationship)

According to our records, Dick Butkus is married to Helen Essenhart. As of December 20, 2021, Dick Butkus had not dated anyone.

Professional Career

Butkus attended the University of Illinois and played center and linebacker for the Fighting Illini football team from 1962 to 1964.
In his first year on the varsity team, he was named to the All-Big Ten Conference football team as a third-team center by the Associated Press (AP) and a second-team center by United Press International (UPI). After going 8-1-1 in 1963, Illinois won the Rose Bowl in 1964.
Butkus was named the team’s and the Big Ten’s most valuable player for the season, winning the Chicago Tribune Silver Football.
As a center for the 1963 College Football All-America Team, he got first-team honors from all seven major selectors.
Butkus and safety George Donnelly were named co-captains of the team as seniors in 1964. According to UPI, Butkus was named the American Football Coaches Association and The Sporting News Player of the Year in 1964.
For the second year in a row, he was awarded the Illini’s most valuable player. In 1964, he was chosen for the All-America team by five of the six major selectors.
“If every college football team possessed a linebacker like Dick Butkus of Illinois, all fullbacks would soon grow three feet tall and sing soprano,” Sports Illustrated cover story writer Dan Jenkins prophesied that season.
Butkus also finished sixth in Heisman Trophy voting in 1963 and third in 1964, both of which were unusual outcomes for a defensive player and a lineman. According to university records, he concluded his undergraduate career with 374 tackles: 97 in 1962, 145 in 1963, and 132 in 1964.

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