Fred Jackson Net Worth, Age, Height, Biography

Fred Jackson

Fred Jackson is an American football running back,
Net worth of $1-$3 million.

What is Fred Jackson Net Worth?

Fred Jackson’s Net worth of $1-$3 million.

Quick Info

Age41 years old
Zodiac SignPisces
Born20 February 1981
Birthday20 February
BirthplaceFort Worth, Texas, United States
NationalityUnited States

Who is Fred Jackson?

Fred Jackson was born on 20 February, 1981 in Fort Worth, Texas, United States, is an American football running back. 


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Fred A. Jackson serves as Independent Director of the Company. He is the retired chief executive officer of American & Efird LLC, a global manufacturer of sewing, thread, embroidery thread, and technical textiles. He served American & Efird for 38 years in various positions before his retirement from the CEO position in September 2015, and his retirement as non-executive chairman for the Advisory Board of American & Efird Global, L.P. in May 2018. Mr. Jackson brings to the Company extensive experience and knowledge in textiles and related industries, both domestic and international, and has significant financial management and executive leadership experience gained through his long tenure with American & Efird LLC, including its international subsidiaries and joint ventures, and leadership positions in textile industry trade associations.


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In April 2018, Jackson confirmed he was in talks with the Bills to sign a one-day contract and formally retire as a member of the team. The contract was signed, and Jackson subsequently retired, on April 18, 2018.

In October 2018 Jackson teamed up with Codes Socks LLC to create a Signature Series Sock that will benefit a local charity called UB HEALS.

How old is Fred Jackson?

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Fred Jackson is 70, he’s been the Independent Director of Culp since 2016. There are 2 older and 16 younger executives at Culp. The oldest executive at Culp Inc. is Kenneth Larson, 77, who is the Independent Director.

After spending the 2016 season out of football, Jackson announced an attempt at a comeback by signing with The Spring League, a league formed from the remains of the former Fall Experimental Football League, for its summer 2017 showcase.

On August 31, 2015, two days after he ran for 43 yards and a touchdown in a preseason win against the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Bills released Jackson as part of roster cuts. He finished third on the Bills’ all-time rushing list.

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