Eric Sollenberger, better known as PFT Commenter, is an American sports journalist, podcaster, and blogger. He is best known as the co-host of the sports podcast Barstool Pardon My Take. Eric is best known for following US political news and the National Football League for his online publication Barstool Sports. As of 2021, PFT Commenter has an estimated net worth of approximately $2 million.
|Full Name||Eric Sollenberger|
|Birth Date||January 31, 1986|
|Birth Place||United States of America|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
PFT commentator Eric Sollenberger was born on January 31, 1986 in the United States of America. He did not share enough information about his past life, his parents and his educational background.
Eric began using the PFT commentator name while working as a commentator for ProFootballTalk.com. In 2012, he started using his Twitter account name @PFTCommenter. He had his first work experience as a writer for the SB Nation sports blog network. He later worked for the NFL Kissing Suzy Kolber comedy blog and her personal blog, Football Savages.
PFT Comments on Net Worth and Career.
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The PFT commentator received a lot of attention in 2015 after commenting on the 2016 US presidential election and was filmed several times during the GOP presidential debate. His question to then presidential candidate Ben Carson also received a lot of media attention.
In fact, he asked Carson if he had the ability to go back in time and abort the unborn Adolf Hitler, right? His question later made headlines on CNN.com under the headline “Ben Carson Wouldn’t Abort Baby Hitler.”
In March 2016, he joined Barstool Sports where he co-hosted the sports comedy podcast Pardon My Take. She still hosts a podcast with Dan Katz. The podcast has become very popular among the people. In fact, the podcast ranks number one on the iTunes sports and entertainment chart. Along with co-host Dan Katz, she was featured in SportsCenter’s daily sports bulletin on February 8, 2017.
The PFT commentator also appears regularly on the EPSN radio show The Right Time. He went on to play for the XFL defenders DC as a kicker for the 2020 XFL revival season. However, he was ultimately undrafted as Tyler Rousa won batting position after one try. He was even prepared for the trial by football manager Jeff Fischer and former footballer Morten Anderson.
During the process, he was asked to remove his trademark sunglasses, which were replaced with tinted ones, and instead of the helmet, he wore a one-piece face mask. The use of tinted glasses and protective eyewear has long been prohibited in college and professional football.
PFT Commentator’s Personal Life
The PFT commentator has yet to reveal their relationship status. He has not provided any hint of his relationship through his official Instagram account. He is currently followed by 361,000 people on Instagram.
PFT Commentator Net Worth
As of 2021, PFT Commenter has an estimated net worth of approximately $2 million. He made a lot of money as a podcast host for Barstool Sports. However, his exact salary as a podcaster has yet to be announced. He also published an e-book called Goodell vs. Obama: The battle for the future of the NFL.