American football defensive end Marcellus Vernon Wiley Sr., now retired, played in the National Football League for ten seasons, splitting his time between four different teams.
Similarly, the Buffalo Bills selected him in the second round of the 1997 NFL Draft 52nd overall after playing college football at Columbia University.
While still with the San Diego Chargers in 2001, he was selected for the American Football Conference (AFC) Pro Bowl team.
He was previously a co-host on SportsNation on ESPN. He also hosted a sports talk radio show on ESPN 710AM in Los Angeles during afternoon drive times. He is currently a member of Speak For Yourself on Fox Sports 1.
Where is Marcellus Wiley?
According to a post Marcellus Wiley just posted on Instagram, he and his family are now enjoying the holiday. In his letter: “I will get a 5 for every grade on my report card. Faith, fatherhood, family, friends, football and joie de vivre.”
Since the host wasn’t there for tonight’s episode to air, those following his work in the comments below the post have been urging him to come back on the show.
As one user put it, “I was wondering what stopped you from watching the episode that aired today. Have fun!
A second user wrote: “We need you back on SFY ASAP big friend! At this point, it can’t even be viewed.” Get out!!”
One fan wrote of Marcellus Wiley on Twitter: “No offense but I’m not watching Speak for Yourself without him.”
Does he still speak for himself?
According to The Post, Marcellus Wiley will no longer appear on FS1’s ‘Speak for Yourself’ and it is unknown what his future plans are with the network.
Wiley co-hosts a late afternoon talk show with Emmanuel Acho, a former National Football League linebacker.
Similarly, there has been serious discussion about pairing Acho with The Herd co-host Joy Taylor, with former NFL running back LeSean McCoy being the “favorite” to join them on a show which is expected to have great importance on football. There was no progress towards a settlement with McCoy.
It has been reported by a source that Fox Sports has made Wiley an offer for a new position within the network; However, it is currently uncertain whether or not Wiley will take advantage of this opportunity.
Marcellus Wiley is reported to have a net worth of $5 million according to Celebrity Net Worth information.
During his time in the National Football League, Wiley was a defensive end for the Buffalo Bills, San Diego Chargers, Dallas Cowboys and Jacksonville Jaguars, all of which contributed to his net worth growth. However, in 2006 he decided to retire from the sport.
Wiley spent a season with the Dallas Cowboys before joining his fourth and final team, the Washington Redskins. Wiley played for four different teams in the NFL. Since retiring from the NFL, Wiley has worked as a commentator for the league at ESPN.
He also co-hosts a sports talk show on ESPN alongside Max Kellerman. He is a co-founder of the sports community Prolebrity, which enables athletes to promote their organizations, causes and events to other athletes in the community.
Marcellus Wiley’s wife Annemarie & Kids on his Instagram portraits
The former NFL quarterback and talk show host is married to his wife Annemarie Wiley, a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA).
They dated for a number of years before making the final decision to get engaged in mid-2012. Their wedding took place on June 18, 2014, exactly two years after their engagement.
Marcellus and his wife are celebrating their fifth wedding anniversary this year, so on June 18, 2019, he posted a snap of the two to Instagram with the caption, “Happy Anniversary!”
Similarly, on April 17, 2020, he posted a series of stunning images to commemorate Annemarie’s birthday. In the message, he expressed his appreciation to Annemarie for the role she plays in serving as the foundation of love in his family.
It seems that the couple’s bond is strong and that their love is getting deeper with each passing day based on the wonderful comments and all the stunning photos he is posting on social media and sharing with his followers.
They’re not the only ones who seem to delight in each other’s presence; the Wiley siblings do likewise. The former National Football League star has four children, three of whom are toddlers. However, his eldest daughter Morocca is already grown up.
In one of her posts on Instagram, she named her three younger brothers and sisters as the top three reasons she loves coming home.