Eric Sollenberger, better known as PFT Commenter, is an American sportswriter, podcaster, and author. He is best known for co-hosting the Barstool sports show, Pardon My Take. In addition to covering the news of US politics and the National Football League, Erick is also known for his online publication Barstool Sports. The Commenter’s net worth is estimated to be around $2 million by the year 2021.
|Full Name||Eric Sollenberger|
|Birth Date||January 31, 1986|
|Birth Place||United States of America|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
PFT Commenter Early life
On January 31st, 1986, Eric Sollenberger was born in the United States of America. He doesn’t have enough information regarding his past life, parents, and academic background. Eric started using the name PFT Commenter when he commented on Pro Football Talk.com. In 2012 he started using the name “PFTCommenter” for his account on social media. His work experience began as a contributor to SB Nation’s sports blogging network. He worked for several websites, including Kissing Suzy Kolber, Football Savages, and the NFL-related humor blog.
The PFT Commenter has yet to reveal his relationship status. He has not given any hint on his relationship through his official account. He’s followed by more than 350,000 people on social media.
After commenting on the 2016 United States presidential election, the PFT Commenter came to attention. Several times during the coverage of the Republican Party presidential debates, he was captured by the camera. The significant attention of the media was caused by his question about the presidential candidate. He asked if he could go back in time and kill an unborn Hitler and if he would do that. The major headline for CNN.com was “Ben Carson wouldn’t kill Baby Hitler”, which was made with the title “Ben Carson wouldn’t kill Baby Hitler”.
He started working for Barstool Sports in March of 2016 as a co-host of the comedy sports show “Pardon My Take”. The two of them are still hosting the show. There are a lot of people listening to the podcast. The podcast is listed as one of the top-ranked on the Sports and Recreation list. On February 8th, he made an appearance on the daily sports news show, SportsCenter, along with co-host Dan Katz.
On The Right Time, the PFT Commenter makes a regular call-in appearance. He would be a placekicker for the DC Defenders in the XFL’s 2020 revival season. After the tryout, Tyler Rausa won the kicking position, and he was not selected at the end. He received training from the football coach, Jeff Fisher, and former placekicker, Morten Anderson, for the tryout. He had to remove his signature sunglasses during his tryout, replace them with tinted goggles, and wear a single bar face mask instead. In college and professional football, the use of tinted goggles and face mask has been banned for a long time.
The net worth of the PFT Commenter is estimated to be around $2 million by the year 2021. He has made a lot of money from his work on Barstool sports. However, his exact salary amount has not been revealed yet. An e-book titled “Goodell vs. Obama: The Battle for the Future of the NFL” was self-published by him.