Fred Smoot Net Worth

During his career, Fred Smoot was an American football player who played for the Minnesota Vikings, Washington Redskins, and Mississippi State Bulldogs. In total, he played nine seasons in the National Football League (NFL) and made nearly 450 tackles, with 21 interceptions, and five forced fumbles. He is also known for his efforts to promote physical education in schools and advocate the passage of the FIT Kids Act.

As a college football player, Smoot earned first-team All-Southeastern Conference (SEC) honors twice. He was selected as a consensus All-American in 2000, and was a finalist for the Conerly Trophy in 2000. As a junior, he was also an All-SEC selection. In his senior year, he was selected as a consensus All-American, was named the SEC’s most outstanding defensive player, and was the SEC’s top returning tackler.

Smoot was also an active member of the community, and he was involved in several business opportunities. He started a restaurant and bar, Waffle House, and he also owned Smack Energy Bar. He was in a relationship with Jae D. Wynn, and has also increased his net worth over the years. He has also been an advocate for the passage of the FIT Kids Act, which requires school districts to report on student’s physical activity and nutrition.

Smoot has a height of about 1.8 feet and weighs 192 pounds. He has a total of 43 years in age. In 2001, Smoot was drafted by the Washington Redskins, and he signed a free agent contract with the Minnesota Vikings. He had a brief stint with the Vikings, but he was released on March 4, 2010. In 2007, Smoot was released from the Redskins and signed a free agent contract with the Minnesota Panthers.

Smoot was also a part of a scandal involving the Vikings in 2005. He was involved in a boat cruise with prostitutes. In the wake of the scandal, he was fined $1,000 and served 48 hours of community service. In addition, Smoot was involved in a one-car crash, and his jaw was broken in five places. After the accident, Smoot decided not to do the bench press that he had been preparing for.

After his playing career in the NFL ended, Smoot entered into a business partnership with Champ Bailey, and the duo formed a formidable cornerback tandem. Smoot started 104 games in his college career, and he received SEC All-Mississippi and All-Southeastern Conference honors. He was a finalist for the Conerly Trophies in 2000 and 2006. He was a first-team All-SEC selection in both his junior and senior years at Mississippi State. He tallied 450 tackles, with 21 interceptions, in 129 career games. He has also contributed to CSN Washington, WTTG-FOX 5, and CBS Radio affiliate WJFK-FM.

Smoot has an official website and social media accounts. He has a net worth of about $1 million and he earns approximately $1,500 a day. His net worth is expected to increase in the future.