Bradley Nessler is an American sportscaster, currently calls college football and college basketball game for CBS Sports. He debuted her professional broadcasting career sharing play-by-play duties with Al Ciraldo on WGST-AM. Working for popular networks such as ESPN, ABC Sports, and NFL Network, he has been able to earn a good sum of salary and has an impressive net worth in his life.
Brad Nessler was born on June 3, 1956, in St.Charles, Minnesota under the birth sign of Gemini. He holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
Regarding the education, he completed his schooling from Minnesota State College and graduated from Minnesota Kingdom University, Mankato.
The 62-year-old sportscaster is a married man and has a daughter. He is wedded to Nancy Nessler. The couple is blessed with a child, daughter Reis Nessler.
Well, he does not seem to be active on social media and has kept his personal information away from the public.
Currently, he resides in the Atlanta area with his wife and family. The couple has not updated their recent relationship status. Besides, Nessler has not shared about his past relationship.
The American Sportscaster has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million, as of March 2019. He earns a huge sum of an amount from his career. His annual salary is $300 thousand.
In his career, he has worked for popular networks such as CBS Sports, ESPN Sports, ABC Sports, and NFL Network.
Nessler started his professional broadcasting career sharing play-by-play radio duties for Georgia Tech basketball on WGST-AM. He worked there from 1980 to 1981 and did the play-by-play for the Atlanta Falcons from 1982 to 1988.
Nessler started working for CBS Sports in 1990 calling for NFL games, college football, and college basketball. He worked for CBS until 1991.
Nessler’s career started with ESPN in 1992 with college basketball games, Thursday night football contests, Big Ten, and expanded with the addition of ABC Sports assignments in 1997.
While working with ABC calling football for the network in 1997, he was regarded as the #3 play-by-play man behind Keith Jackson and Brent Musburger. He was promoted to #2 in 1999 and became the #1 Saturday afternoon play-by-play man from 2006 until the 2008 season.
Nessler entered as a broadcaster for the NBA in 2002 and broadcasted for the 2003 NBA Finals. He worked there until 2004.
He also worked for ESPN’s coverage of Monday Night Football in 2006, teaming with Ron Jaworski, Dick Vermeil, and Bonnie Bernstein to call the second game that featured the San Diego and Oakland Raiders.
Similarly, he started working for NFL Network in May 2011, calling its Thursday Night Football telecasts, teaming up with analyst Mike Mayock for an eight-game package.
Currently, he works as a sportscaster calling NFL and college football games for CBS. In May 2016, he returned to CBS Sports as a lead play by play announcer for SEC college football games starting in the 2017 season.