Edgerton Hartwell

American football linebacker Edgerton Hartwell is a well-known former player who has played for the Atlanta Falcons, Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders, and Las Vegas Locomotives. He also participated in college football at Western Illinois, and the Baltimore Ravens selected him in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft.

What is the  earnings and net worth of Edgerton Hartwell in 2022?

Hartwell must have amassed a sizable fortune over the course of his career, but he hasn’t revealed his precise net worth, salary, or other sources of income.

His estimated net worth as of 2022 is $200K, based on web sources.

Edgerton Hartwell

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Wikis of Edgerton Hartwell

Age: 44 years 0 months
Birth Date: May 27, 1978
Horoscope (Sunshine): Gemini
Full Name: Edgerton Hartwell
Birth Place: Las Vegas, Nevada
Net Worth: $200 thousand
Height / How tall : 6 feet 2 inches (1.88m)
Nationality: American
Profession: Football lineback
Education: Western Illinois University
Weight: 109 Kg
Hair Color: Black
Eye Color: Black
Lucky Number: 5
Lucky Stone: Agate
Lucky Color: Yellow
Best Match for Marriage: Leo, Aquarius, Libra

Early Life of Edgerton Hartwell: Age, Birth and Siblings

He was born in Las Vegas, Nevada, on May 27, 1978. He keeps a lot of his personal information to himself and hasn’t talked much about his parents, siblings, or early years.

Hartwell is an American citizen, however it is unclear what race he belongs to.

University, School/College, Education

He went to Cheyenne High School, where he received his diploma in 1996. He also participated in collegiate football at Western Illinois University and the University of Wisconsin.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight and Eyes

Edgerton Hartwell is 6 feet 2 inches tall and 109 kilogram heavy. His hair is dark, and he has black eyes. However, there is no information about his dress size, shoe size, etc.

 social media

Edgerton has about 2.1k Instagram followers, but he doesn’t seem to be on Facebook or Twitter much.


Relationship Status: Married and Wife

Currently married, Edgerton Hartwell. His wife’s name is Tonya Hartwell, according to the sources. However, specifics of their wedding remain kept private. Sevynn Else Hartwell is a girl who was born to this couple (b. 2018).
He previously wed Lisa Wu-Hartwell, a reality television star, in December 2005. On May 9, 2007, the couple gave birth to a baby they called Ed Jr. In addition, Lisa and her ex-husband, R&B artist Keith Sweat, have two boys, Jordan (born in 1995) and Justin (born in 1998). According to a court file, Lisa and Ed borrowed $2.9 million in June 2007 to purchase their suburban mansion. After the Hartwells missed payments on their adjustable-rate mortgage from the bank for two years, Bank of America purchased the home at a foreclosure auction held at the Forsyth County, Georgia courtroom, for $1.9 million.On August 24, 2011, he finally filed for divorce, which was then finalised on October 7, 2011. After thereafter, on New Year’s Day 2016, he wed the actress Keshia Knight Pulliam. On July 17, 2016, Keshia revealed that she was expecting her first child, a girl. On January 23, 2017, she gave birth to a daughter they named Ella Grace. However, the pair was unable to maintain their union, and on January 25, 2016, he filed for divorce. It was eventually finalised in April 2018.

Edgerton Hartwell: Rumors and Disputation

In her personal and professional lives, Hartwell has not been associated with any rumours or controversies and does not enjoy doing harm to other people.

Professional Life and Career

Edgerton Hartwell first took up the sport in high school and continued playing it until the Baltimore Ravens selected him in the fourth round of the 2001 NFL Draft. In his time with the Ravens from 2001 to 2004, Hartwell recorded 337 tackles, six sacks, and one interception.

His six-year, $26.25 million contract with the Atlanta Falcons in 2004 proved a contributing element to Ed Hartwell’s success. On May 3, 2007, he signed a contract with the Cincinnati Bengals; however, after the preseason, he was let go on September 1. Additionally, he had a cameo in Tyler Perry’s “House of Payne.” Additionally, he committed to the Las Vegas Locomotives in 2010.

He had a number of aspirational enterprises, including a real estate company named Hartwell and Associates, a t-shirt line called Hart 2 Hart Clothing, a women’s clothing brand called Closet Freak, and many others, along with his ex-wife Lisa.




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