Kliff Kingsbury is a former American footballer who is currently working as a head coach for the Arizona Cardinals of the NFL. He has also served for the Texas Tech as head coach and worked as an offensive coordinator & quarterbacks coach for Texas A&M University. During his playing career, he bagged Sammy Baugh Trophy and Associated Press National Offensive Player of the Year. He was even the champion of Super Bowl XXXVII.
|Birth Name||Kliff Timothy Kingsbury|
|Birth Date||August 9, 1979|
|Birthplace||San Antonio, Texas|
|Height||6 feet 3 inches|
|Parents||Tim Kingsbury and Sally Kingsbury|
|Net Worth||$12 Million|
Kliff Kingsbury Net Worth: $12 Million
As a head coach of Arizona Cardinals, Kliff has become a prominent person to lead his team toward victory. He is the 30th highest paid coach in college football with a school pay of $3,703,975 reportedly.
In 2019, Kliff signed a contract with Arizona Cardinals as Head Coach for four years and option for a fifth year. During this time, he will earn a base salary of $10.5 million and will receive $1 million up to $3.5 million through his successful leadership. Until 2020, Cardinals has promised with the increment of $200,000, and at the end of his contract, he would earn $5.5 million.
For now, his net worth dwells around $12 Million.
Kliff Kingsbury Girlfriend: Holly Sonders
Kliff is dating longtime Golf Channel Sportscaster Holly Sonders. Earlier this year, his girlfriend made their relationship official congratulating him for being the head coach of Cardinals.
— Holly Sonders (@holly_sonders) January 8, 2019
However, Kliff has never mentioned Sonders as his “girlfriend.’ He hasn’t addressed the dating rumors and has never mentioned Sonders on his social accounts. He has limited his social feeds to sports-related photos only.
Short Wiki-like Bio
Kliff Kingsbury was born in the city of San Antonio, Texas on 9 August 1979 to parents – Tim Kingsbury and Sally Kingsbury. His father is a Vietnam War veteran and also a Purple heart recipient. His mother was a house maker, who passed away due to Soft Tissue Sarcoma in 2005. He grew up along with his brother, Klint Kingsbury. He went to New Braunfels and started playing football. After graduation, he went to Texas Tech University and played under the coach Spike Dykes as quarter position.
He has a tall, rangy height of 6 feet 3 inches. He weighs about 213 lbs.