Brett Maher net worth: How much does she worth?

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Brett Maher, an American football player, was born on November 21, 1989 in Fremont City, Nebraska, USA. He is also known as ‘Barely Brett,’ ‘Maybe Maher,’ and Mahervellous by his admirers.

Brett Maher, 33, is a citizen of the United States of America and is of White American descent. Brett Maher, who is 6 feet tall, is a Scorpio with the Christian faith.

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His net worth is estimated to be approximately $5 million. He completed his high school education at Kearney High School in Kearney, Nebraska, USA, and then entered in college, where he studied from 2008 to 2012 at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he played football for the college football team. He was later signed as an undrafted free agent by the New York Jets in 2013.

Brett Maher Net Worth

In terms of cash and reputation, Brett is one of the most successful basketball players. According to Forbes, Wikipedia, and Business Insider, Brett Maher has a net worth of $5 million, according to our analysis.

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Brett Maher is the Adelaide 36ers’ all-time leader in games (525), points (8,941), field goals (3,140), field goals attempted (7,072), three-point field goals made (1,163), three-point field goals attempted (2,835), assists (2,267), and steals (2,267). (703).

Along with Mark Davis, Paul Rees, and Rupert Sapwell, he is one of only four players to have won three or more NFL championships with the 36ers. He is also one of just two 36ers captains to win a title, the other being American import Bill Jones, who led the club to victory in 1986.

Maher led the Boomers in basketball in the 2001 Goodwill Games in Brisbane, earning him his biggest international honor. Brett and Tanya Maher have three children: Cheyenne, Hudson, and Indiana Maher.

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Brett Maher founded the Hudson Maher Foundation to combat the spread of haemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, a rare bone marrow condition (HLH). Hudson was diagnosed with HLH at the age of three months in 2003 and died as a consequence.

On February 7, 2009, The Dome’s center court was renamed The Brett Maher Court in honor of Maher, who was playing his last home game before departing the NFL at the end of the 2008-09 season in front of over 8,000 sold-out spectators.

The same year Maher joined the club, the 36ers relocated from Apollo Stadium to the then-named Clipsal Powerhouse, making the court that now bears his name the only home court he ever played on throughout his NFL career.


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