- Horoscope: Scorpio
- Net worth: $25 000 000
- Ethnicity: African-American
- Nationality: American
- Mothers name: Joan Bowles
- Education: Temple University; Mount St. Mary's University; Frank J. Cicarell Academy
- Weight: 92.0
- Hair color: Black
- Eye color: Black
Todd Bowles: biography
Todd Bowles is an American football star. He started as a player and went on as a coach.
Childhood and youth
The future celebrity was born on November 18, 1963, in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
His dad's name remains unknown. His mom's name is Joan. Todd has a brother named Kenny and a sister named Doreen.
When Todd was already in his 50s, he put himself on a diet. On the Internet, you can easily find the interview where he explained why he did it and how he changed his approach to nutrition.
Football playing career
In 1986, Todd joined the Washington Redskins. They offered him a signing bonus of up to $10,000. Six other teams were eager to accept him.
In three years, he re-signed with the Redskins. In 1991, Bowles switched to the San Francisco 49ers. The next year, he came back to the Redskins and stayed with them for one year. His career stats were excellent.
The star began working as a coach in 1997. For around a decade, he acted as a secondary coach for various teams. Then, he switched to head coaching. He specializes in defense.
Todd's head coaching record in the regular season is 32–49. His teams have to compete against such prominent coaches as Mike Tomlin and such talented players as Aaron Rodgers. One of the most well-known footballers from Todd's teams is Tom Brady.
Todd joined the Miami Dolphins team in 2008. In three years, he was appointed the head coach.
Bowles worked with the Philadelphia Eagles for this team in 2012. The Arizona Cardinals had him from 2013 to 2015. Todd joined the New York Jets in 2014 and left in four years.
Todd began to coordinate the defense for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2019 under Bruce Arians.
In three years, Bowles was appointed the Buccaneers' head coach and signed a 5-year contract with them. Byron Leftwich was the other candidate for this role. The same year, the Chicago Bears considered inviting Todd as a head coach. Yet he preferred to stay with the Bucs and help them make a new all time record.
In 2000, Todd went down the aisle with Jill Jenkins. They spent 8 years together and gave birth to two children, Todd Jr and Troy.
Jill had a daughter named Sydni from her previous partner. She became Todd's stepdaughter. Her mom passed away in 2017.
In 2012, Bowles tied the knot with his second wife, Taneka. In 2011, they welcomed their first son, Tyson.
Taneka sometimes visits the NFL games when her husband's team plays. Neither she nor her spouse is active on social media. That's why fans don't know a lot about the celebrity's private life.
- Super Bowl champion as a player, an executive and a coach
- AP NFL Assistant Coach of the Year
- PFWA NFL Assistant Coach of the Year