Lori Locust
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American football coach Lori Locust is widely known in the sport. She is well recognized for being the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ assistant defensive line coach in the National Football League (NFL). Watch bio.

Body Structure

What is Lori Locust’s height? She is a tall woman, standing at 5 feet 10 inches. She carries about 67 kg. She has blonde hair and dark brown eyes. She is 42-27-50 inches in height. She enjoys working out as well.

Early Years

The precise date of Lori Locust’s birth is unknown. She is of mixed ancestry and has American nationality. He was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in 1964. She is 57 years of age. In Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, she was raised. She received her schooling from Susquehanna Township High School in 1982 and spent two years at Temple University before leaving to care for her ailing father.

Relationship Status

Who is Lori Locust’s husband? She was married to Andrew Locust, a Temple football player who she later divorced, and the two of them had two children.

Lori Locust Wiki

Lori Locust Wiki/Bio
Real Name Lori Locust
Nick Name Lori
Famous As Football Coach
Age 57-years old
Birthday 1964
Birthplace Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Religion Christianity
Height approx. 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight approx. 67 Kg (132 lbs)
Body Measurements approx. 42-27-50 inches
Biceps Size 23 inches
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Blonde
Shoe Size 7.5 (US)
Children 2
Husband Andrew Locust
Net Worth $3 million – $5 million


Following her playing career with the Vipers, Lori Locust became their coach. She worked as an intern defensive line coach for the Baltimore Ravens in 2018 at their training camp. When the Buccaneers defeated the Kansas City Chiefs in Super Bowl LV on February 7, 2021, she became the first female coach to win a Super Bowl.

Net Worth

How much money is Lori Locust worth? Her primary source of income is her work as a coach. Her estimated net worth is between $3 million and $5 million.

Lori Locust Facts

  1. Lori Locust was a defensive line coaching intern for the Baltimore Ravens during their training camp, in 2018.
  2. She is an avid pet lover as well.
  3. She coached with the Central Penn Capitals of American Indoor Football in 2016.
  4. She joined a semi-professional women’s football team in 2004 as a defensive lineman.
  5. In her fourth season for the Central PA Vipers, she was named team captain and MVP, but retired after the next season due to a knee injury.