Bobby Wagner is an American football linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL).
The Seattle Seahawks selected Wagner in the second round (47th overall) of the 2012 NFL Draft.
He is the 11th highest player selected in the NFL draft from Utah State and the highest since Rulon Jones in 1980. The Seattle Seahawks also drafted his Utah State teammate Robert Turbin in the fourth round.
Seattle Seahawks marked Wagner to a four-year, $4.30 million agreement that incorporates $2.51 million ensured and a marking reward of $1.57 million.
He entered instructional course going after the empty beginning center linebacker job against Barrett Ruud and Matt McCoy.
Despite the fact that Ruud was at first expected to supplant David Hawthorne, a physical issue sidelined him during coordinated group exercises, giving Wagner important time with the principal group guard.
Lead coach Pete Carroll named Wagner the beginning center linebacker, alongside outside linebackers K. J. Wright and Leroy Hill, to begin the normal season.
He made his expert normal season debut and the principal vocation start in the Seattle Seahawks’ season-opener at the Arizona Cardinals and recorded four consolidated handles during their 20-16 misfortune.
In Week 5, Wagner recorded five consolidated handles and made his first vocation sack on Cam Newton in the Seahawks’ 16-12 triumph.
Bobby Wagner Children: Meet Quinncey Wagner Bobby Wagner’s Daughter
Bobby Wagner took solace in the birth of his daughter Quincey Wagner after his mother passed on. The baby was born to him just before his mom took her last breath.
Bobby Wagner Net Worth: How Much Does Bobby Wagner Make?
Bobby Wagner’s net worth is projected to be $10.4 million, based on an annual salary of $1.076 million.