Gavin Escobar Wife, Salary, Net Worth, Cause of Death, NFL, Contract, Stats, Height, Bio, Wiki, Age

Gavin Escobar Biography – Gavin Escobar Wiki

Gavin Escobar was a former NFL player, spending most of his career with the Dallas Cowboys. He attended San Diego State before being drafted by the Cowboys as the 47th pick during round two of the 2013 NFL draft. He also played for the Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Ravens, Cleveland Browns and Miami Dolphins. He last played in the NFL in 2018. In his NFL career, Escobar played in 64 games, with seven starts, 30 receptions for 333 yards and eight touchdowns.

After he was released from the Miami Dolphins in 2018, Escobar joined the San Diego Fleet of the newly-formed Alliance of American Football, a professional minor league.

In February 2022, Escobar became a member of the Long Beach Fire Department, the department confirmed in a social media post.

Gavin Escobar Age

He was born Gavin Louis Escobar on February 3, 1991 in New York, New York. He died on September 28, 2022 in Riverside County, California. Escobar was 31 years old.

Gavin Escobar Wife

Was Gavin Escobar married? He was married to Sarah Escobar.

Gavin Escobar Children

Escobar had two young children, Josey and Charlotte.

Gavin Escobar Family

Escobar is survived by his wife Sarah and their two daughters, Josey and Charlotte.

Gavin Escobar Death

Former Dallas Cowboys tight end Gavin Escobar died in an apparent rock climbing accident in California on September 28, 2022.

Escobar was one of two climbers found by first responders at Tahquitz Rock near Idyllwild in the San Bernardino National Forest on Wednesday, authorities said on Twitter.

“Rescuers made access to the location of the victims, both victims perished at the scene,” the Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department said.

On Thursday, the coroner identified the two as Gavin Escobar, 31, and Chelsea Walsh, 33. Both Escobar and Walsh are from Huntington Beach.

The Long Beach Fire Department confirmed his death in a social media post: “It is with deep sadness that we announce the off-duty death of Long Beach Firefighter Gavin Escobar. Hired on February 5, 2022, Firefighter Escobar was assigned to Fire Station 3 on B-shift.”

The Cowboys, Aztecs and the LBFD all paid tribute to Escobar and his family on social media.

“Forever in our hearts,” the Cowboys tweeted alongside an image of Escbobar wearing the number 89 shirt. San Diego State Football added, “We love you, Gavin.”

“Our thoughts and prayers go out to Gavin’s family,” SDSU football head coach Brady Hoke said in a statement. “I know his wife, Sarah, and daughters, Josey and Charlotte, were everything to him. Gavin was a great man, father, son and teammate, and will be deeply missed by all.”

“We are devastated to hear about the passing of Gavin Escobar,” SDSU director of athletics John David Wicker said in a statement. “Gavin was the epitome of a student-athlete, and a leader on and off the field. Our thoughts and prayers are with Gavin’s family in this incredibly difficult time.”

Gavin Escobar Cause of Death

Further details surrounding the causes of death were not immediately available, TMZ reported.

Gavin Escobar Net Worth

Gavin Escobar’s net worth is estimated to be $2 million. In 2013, Escobar signed a four-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys worth $4,210,492 with $2,213,562 guaranteed. He also signed a one-year contract each with the Kansas City Chiefs worth $855,000, the Baltimore Ravens worth $775,000 and the Miami Dolphins worth $790,000.

Gavin Escobar Salary

Escobar received an annual average salary of $1,052,623 from the Dallas Cowboys, $855,000 from the Kansas City Chiefs, $775,000 from the Baltimore Ravens and $790,000 from the Miami Dolphins.