Facts of Dana Grady
|Full Name:||Dana Grady|
|Birth Date:||February 24, 1985|
|Eye Color||Dark Brown|
|Birth Place||New Jersey|
|Education||Audubon High School|
|Siblings||Zachary, Lisa, Sara|
|Kids||Stephen Vincent Flacco, Daniel Flacco, Francis Michael Flacco, Evelyn Flacco, Thomas Kevin Flacco|
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Came into the media spotlight as the wife of famous NFL player Joe Flacco. Dan Grady husband Joe who currently plays for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL). Her Husband was first selected by the Baltimore Ravens in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft.
Childhood with three Siblings
On February 24th, 1985 Dana Grady was born to parents Daniel Grady (father) and Deborah Grady (mother). She was born in New Jersey, USA. By nationality, she is American and belongs to the white ethnic group.
She grew alongside her three siblings Zachary, Lisa, and Sara. She attended Audubon High School located in Audubon, New Jersey and graduated from there.
High School Lover; Dana Grady and Joe Flacco Married
Dana Grady is a happily married life with her husband Joe Flacco who is an NFL player. The couple met for the first time while they were studying at Audubon High School. The high school lover has dated for several years. Dana and her spouse Joe exchanged wedding vows on June 25, 2011.
The couple held their wedding ceremony at Holy Savior Church in the presence of their family, friends & relatives. Similarly, Dana and her husband Joe wedding photographs are all over the internet. Their wedding photography highlight where Joe was playing as a quarterback and his bride as a center and groomsmen were sitting in as the rest of the offensive line.
From their married life, Dana and her hubby Joe shared five children from their relationship. On June 13, 2012, Stephen Vincent Flacco, was born as their first child. Their second kid Daniel Flacco born on September 15, 2013. The couple shared third child Francis Michael Flacco born on January 20, 2015.
Similarly, the couple blessed with an only daughter, Evelyn Flacco, was born on September 27, 2016. The couple welcomed their fifth child, a son Thomas Kevin Flacco born on April 6, 2018. Also, Dana has seen supporting her husband on the field. Exploring social sites, they are living happily with their kids.
Net Worth and Salary of Dana Grady
Dana Grady came into limelight being the wife of Joe Flacco. So she is enjoying her husband Joe Flacco’s net worth earned from his professional career. Dana Grady’s husband Joe Flacco has an estimated net worth over $100 million.
He has signed 3 years contract with Baltimore Ravens worth around $66,400,000 which includes $40,000,000 as a signing bonus, $44,000,000 guaranteed. His average annual salary is around $22,133,333. According to reports, he is earning $18,500,000 as a base salary in 2019.
The couple is the owner of some luxurious cars and one of them is a GMC truck which has a starting price of $54,700. Dana with her husband Joe resides in a luxurious house happily with their kids.
Who is Her Husband?
Dana Grady’s husband Joe Flacco is an American football quarterback for the Denver Broncos of the National Football League (NFL). He was born on born January 16, 1985. After transferring from Pittsburgh, he played college football at Delaware.
In the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft, he was drafted by the Baltimore Ravens. In the 2018 season, he was Baltimore’s starting quarterback. He helped lead the Ravens to the playoffs six times; during his tenure in Baltimore. His team Ravens won the AFC North twice.
For his team, he has appeared in three AFC Championship Games and defeated the San Francisco 49ers to win Super Bowl XLVII in the 2012 season.
He signed a six-year contract worth $120.6 million, a record high for a quarterback at the time. After that, he was traded to the Broncos following the 2018 season following a hip injury that caused him to lose his starting position to Lamar Jackson.
In the 2018 NFL season, despite rather pedestrian regular season statistics and no Pro Bowl berths. He has proven himself as a better performer in the postseason having established a career playoff record of 10–5 and holding the record for most postseason road victories by a quarterback with seven.
Also, he is known for having one of the strongest arms in the NFL, which allows him to use an “aggressive, high-risk deep downfield passing game.”