Here we explore NFL RedZone host Scott Hanson’s salary and 2023 net worth.
NFL RedZone is a staple for any football fan come Sunday afternoon. The “whip around” style simulcast covers all the major action points from all Sunday afternoon games, ensuring football fans don’t miss a beat.
RedZone is based out of the NFL Network studios and is hosted by Scott Hanson, who first presented the show back in 2009.
Thirteen years on and Hanson is still going strong with no signs of slowing down.
He recently signed a new contract
I’d like to thank @brianheffernanrolapp , Hans Schroeder, Mark Quenzel, Mike Muriano & especially Roger Goodell @nflcommish for believing in me & our entire #NFLRedZone Team. Can’t wait to watch @NFL football with you for *18 weeks* this year!’
At the time he revealed his two favorite weeks are Weeks 1 and 17.
“There are obviously awesome, jaw-dropping moments that happen hour-by-hour in the middle of the season, but when we kick off that first series of games after feeling the drought of our favorite sport, and nine games are all teed up and they kick off — I’m getting jacked up just thinking about it right now,” he said.
How much Scott Hanson make – salary and more explored
During recent coverage, fans wanted to know how much Scott Hanson makes for NFL RedZone. FanSided reports that ‘best guesses suggest something between $100-200K per year.’
However, that also includes his work on Monday’s Up to the Minute as well as his work co-anchoring NFL Total Access during the week.
Scott Hanson’s 2022 net worth examined
The 51-year-old attended Syracuse University and played for the Syracuse Orange football team, but never professionally.
In 1993 Hanson landed his first job as an anchor and reporter for NBC affiliate WPBN-TV in Traverse City, Michigan. Hanson then spent time at Comcast SportsNet in Philadelphia before joining NFL Media as a national reporter in 2006.
In 2022 Scott Hanson’s net worth is in the single-digit millions.