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Glenn Pakulak Net Worth

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Glenn Pakulak net worth:
$5.5 Million

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Glenn Adam Pakulak, Jr. (born April 9, 1980 in Pontiac, Michigan) is an American football punter who’s now a free agent. He played college football at Kentucky. Pakulak signed with the Oakland Raiders on January 19, 2006. The Raiders allocated Glenn Pakulak to the Amsterdam Admirals of the NFL Europe. Appeared in all 10 regular season matches and helped the Amsterdam Admirals to a 7-3 record, completing the season in first place and developing them a World Bowl berth. Additionally appeared in World Bowl XIV in which he punted a 69 yarder. He’d not been just shy of becoming in the thick of the actions before but became an immediate fan favorite for preventing a touchdown by creating a solo tackle when among his punts looked to be returned all the way facing his home crowd. Led NFL Europe with a mean of 42.2. Pakulak is the son of Gail and Glenn Pakulak Sr. He’s related to Al Iafrate a former NHL player. His grandpa, Roger Susin, was given a Purple Heart during the Second World War, after losing an arm, and surviving an episode where all his comrades perished. Pakulak loves listening to 80s music. His all-time favorite football player is Barry Sanders. Pakulak additionally returned to Lexington to follow some courses there. He appeared on the Bravo television series Most Eligible Dallas in 2011.

Glenn Pakulak Net Worth $5.5 Million Dollars


Glenn Pakulak information

Glenn Pakulak information

Birth date: April 9, 1980
Birth place: Pontiac, Michigan, United States
Height:6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)
Weight:220 lbs (100 kg)
Profession:American football player
Education:University of Kentucky, Lapeer East High School
Nationality:United States of America

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