Dana Stubblefield is a retired American NFL player who played as a defensive tackle for the San Francisco 49ers, Oakland Raiders, and the New England Patriots. Dana Stubblefield net worth at the moment is under review.
Stubblefield was born on November 14, 1970, in Ohio, United States. He played football at Taylor High School and then college football at the University of Kansas. Stubblefield was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers in the first round of the 1993 NFL Draft.
In his rookie season, Dana recorded 10.5 sacks and earned himself the NFL defensive Rookie of the Year. In his second season, he recorded 8.5 sacks and appeared in the Pro Bowl. 1996 was less successful for him but 1997 was one of his best years as he recorded 15 sacks and named in the NFL defensive player of the year by the Associated Press.
Dana then became an unrestricted free agent and signed with the Washington Redskins. He spent two seasons with the Redskins before returning back to San Francisco 49ers in 2001. In 2003, he played with the Oakland Raiders. Next year, he was signed by the New England Patriots but was released before the start of the season because of his injury problems.
Dana Stubblefield has troubling records to his name. He was on the BALCO incident where he used performance-enhancing drugs. Initially, he lied to investigators about using the steroids but later cooperated with both federal and NFL investigators and turned over the names of players, agents, and trainers that he suspected of using drugs. Doing that so, he received a light sentence and served two years’ probation.
On May 2, 2016, Stubblefield was charged with sexually assaulting a disabled woman who at that time was 31 years old. He contacted her through a babysitter website. On July 27, 2020, Stubblefield was convicted of rape. He may face up to 15 years of life in prison.