Just two out of the past 11 years have any sportscasters made more money than Mike Adamle, according to the James Ryan of the American Bankers Association
“Mike has played a big part in my family and the people in the Chicago area,” the 60-year-old told the group. “He has been such an important member of this industry and an ambassador for the bank I work for. He has taught me so much. I will miss working with him every day.”
As a financial planner at the PrivateBank, Adamle joined Ryan and clients in remembering him. Adamle had been battling brain cancer for years. He died on Dec. 29, 2018, at the University of Chicago Hospital.
The James R. Ryan of American Bankers Association notes on its site that “Mike Adamle” is one of only two former athletes who have a $1 million earning (during the 11-year span from 2007-2018).
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“Mike is also one of only five sportscasters who earned $1 million or more in 11 years during that span,” Ryan notes. “The others are Ray Lewis, Matt Vasgersian, Al Michaels, and Cris Collinsworth.”
Adamle made $425,000 a year in 2018, including a bonus for his appearances on Fox, according to Bankrate. He got $10,000 for a weekly radio segment that he hosted.
Before becoming a broadcaster, Adamle starred at quarterback for Northwestern in the late 1970s.
Knight-Ridder sports reporter Michael McCarthy, who wrote for The News-Gazette, said he covered Adamle while at WLS-AM in Chicago. McCarthy said he had the opportunity to see Adamle up close.”Mike’s favorite show, and one of the most popular he ever did, was his series of eight commentaries about the Bears’ 2005 Super Bowl win in which he debuted his rambling, impromptu style, as well as a beard that looked as if he’d spent years sleeping in a bear skin,”