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Born Eric Shannon Moulds on the 17th July 1973 in Lucedale, Mississippi USA, Eric is a retired professional American Football wide receiver, who played 12 seasons in the National Football League (NFL), for such teams as the Buffalo Bills (1996-2005), Houston Texans (2006), and Tennessee Titans (2007), before retiring. During his career, Eric was selected three times for Pro-Bowl game, and was the AFC Receiving yards leader in 1998, among other recognitions.
Have you ever wondered how rich Eric Moulds is, as of mid- 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Moulds’ net worth is as high as $13 million, an amount earned through his successful career as a football player
Eric Moulds Net Worth $13 Million
Eric went to George County High School where he started playing football, and became one of the best wide-receivers in his class and high school’s history on the whole. After a successful high school career, Eric received a full scholarship for Mississippi State University, and continued with his great football form there. During his career, Eric had 117 receptions for 2,022 yards, which landed him in fourth place on the all-time receiving yards list, while his 17 touchdowns ranks him as the third overall in most touchdowns scored at Mississippi State University.
He declared for the NFL Draft in 1996, and was selected by the Buffalo Bills in the first round as the 24th overall pick. Eric spent his first two seasons as a back-up wide receiver to Andre Reed and Quinn Early, nevertheless, he still saw some playing time and used every minute, as in his rookie season, Eric scored two touchdowns, and caught 20 passes which was enough for 279 yards. He made a breakthrough in his third season, when he posted a career-high 1,368 receiving yards – the AFC receiving yards leader – and had nine touchdowns from only 67 receptions, subsequently receiving his first Pro-Bowl game invitation. Eric continued in great form during his stint with Buffalo’s, earning two more Pro-Bowl game appearances, in 2000 and 2002, but a new lucrative contract, taking his earnings during his stint with the Bills to over $30 million, which certainly improved his wealth.
He was traded to the Houston Texans in 2006, and in 16 games he scored just one touchdown, and had 557 receiving yards. He was then released by the Texans and signed with the Tennessee Titans, starting in all 16 games, however, his numbers were nowhere near those he had with the Bills, and as a result, the Titans released him following at the end of the season, marking the end of his professional career.
Eric finished his career with 764 receptions, 9,995 receiving yards, and 49 touchdowns. He was named into the Buffalo Bills 50th Anniversary Team, due to his tremendous success with the franchise.
Regarding his personal life, Eric has one son, and possibly several children, but further information remains unavailable to the media, as Eric tends to keep his most intimate details hidden from the public eyes.