William Patrick Polian Jr. is professionally recognized as Bill Polian. He is a well-renowned football executive based in America. He gained prominence while being the General Manager of Buffalo Bills. He made the team and trained them to participate in four Super Bowls, and their team was the only team that made most consecutive appearances but lost every time. After he failed in Buffalo, he went to become General Manager of Carolina Panthers. After being at Carolina Panthers, he also served as team president and general manager of Indianapolis Colts of National Football League for around 13 years from 1998 to 2011.
While being the National Football League manager, their team reached two Super Bowls and won XLI. Later he worked for ESPN as an NFL analyst and was also elected to the Football Hall of Fame; in 2018, he co-founded the Alliance of American Football.
Bill Polian was born in 1942 on 8th November in The Bronx, New York. Polian was raised in the Fordham sector of New York City from where he also completed his graduate studies in 1960 from Mount Saint Michael Academy. Later he moved to United States Merchant Marine Academy and completed his further studies at New York University. He attained a history degree at New York University in 1964. In his University, he also played for the NYC Violets football team. After attaining his degree, he lived in Cornwall, New York, for around seven years, from 1977 to 1983.
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Polian started his professional career in 1978 when he played as a scout for Kansas City Chiefs. He left his football team in 1982 and later joined Chicago Blitz of the United States Football League. He worked as a personnel director at Chicago Blitz. He joined the team in 1983, and it got shut down in 1984, which made him move to Canadian Football League. While at the Canadian Football League, he gathered Grey Cup-winning teams and Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Montreal Alouettes.
Bill remained general manager for Buffalo Bills for six years, but before that, he was hired to be the director for Bills in 1984. During his time as general manager of Bills, he won the NFL Executive of the Year Award two times in 1988 and then in 1991. In 1993, the bill lost in Super Bowl three times, and he was fired from his general manager position. Later he joined Carolina Panthers from 1995 to 1997, and after that, he was hired as President in 1998, where he builds Indianapolis Colts. In 2018, Bill announced his creation of a professional football league named Alliance of American Football that he co-founded along with Charlie Ebersol.
Bill Polian got married to the love of his life named Eileen. The couple has been blessed with four kids named Dennis, Lynn, Brian, and Chris. Polian even has nine grandkids named Charlotte, Millie, Jack, Finn, Annie, Caroline, Aidan, Kate ad William. In 2012, he joined ESPN as an NFL analyst and worked there for many years.
The estimated net worth of Bill Polian is approximately $5 million.