Facts of Danny Kanell
|Full Name:||Danny Kanell|
|Birth Date:||November 21, 1973|
|Profession:||Former Football Quarterback|
|Height:||6 feet 3 inches (1.91m)|
|Net Worth||$2 Million|
|Hair Color||Light Brown|
|Birth Place||Fort Lauderdale, Florida|
|Education||Florida State University|
|Siblings||Daryl Kanell, Debbie Kanell, Dana Kanell|
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Former American football quarterback, Daniel Kanell is working as an analyst and host on the ESPN network. He had played as a quarterback in the National Football League and Arena Football League.
What is the Age of Danny Kanell?
The 46-years-old former player Danny born to parents Dan Kanell (father) and Diane Kanell (mother). He was born on November 21, 1973, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Having American nationality, Danny belongs to white ethnicity. He grew along with his three siblings Daryl Kanell, Debbie Kanell, and Dana Kanell.
He completed high school education from Fort Lauderdale (FL) High School and Westminster High School. Then he enrolled at Florida State University located in Tallahassee, Florida. He stands at a height of 6 feet 3 inches i.e 1.9m. Danny has light brown hair color with hazel eyes color.
Blissful Life with Wife Courtenay; Kids
The former player Danny Kanell having a blissful life with his wife Courtenay Kanell. But info on when and how their relationship started still under review. Before Danny married to Courtenay, they dated for a long period of time. The couple sharing strong bond, love, and affection with each other.
They tied the wedding knot after being in a relationship for a long period of time. He shares an amazing bond with his wife. From their married life, Danny became the father of three daughters but details on them missing. The couple feels no hesitation to flaunt their love on social media. The family of 5 seems to have lots of fun together.
Kanell leaves no chance to spend quality time with his wife and kids. His social sites showered with the picture of his family and moments spent with them. The whole family went for a vacation to Lake Glenville in July 2018. The couple relationship romance appears to be a crucial factor. He flaunted his date night with his lovely wife in New York City and shared on Instagram.
The former NFL player Danny leaves no shortage of effort to make his wife feel special. He posted a picture together captioning it ‘Workout partner for life during the couple’s anniversary. After scrolling the social sites of Danny; this lovely couple is enjoying a blissful married life.
Past Relationship & Affairs of Danny Kanell
Prior to marrying Courtenay Kanell, Danny was in a romantic relationship with girlfriend Whitney Casey. His ex-girlfriend Whitney is a popular American journalist. But their romance ended after dating for more than 8 years.
The reason for their break up still under review. Now both separated and have moved on with their respective lives. Whitney is married to her husband Navdeep S Sooch currently.
What’s Danny Kanell Net Worth?
The former player has collected decent worth form from his playing career. He has a pivotal role in the world of baseball earning a handsome salary during his active years. Danny Kanell has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
He was paid the annual salary of $216,000 in 1998 while playing for Giants. It was known to be the League’s lowest salary. Later Danny signed a 3-year contract worth $9.5 million which would make him one of the highest-paid players in the club. Currently, he earns a riveting salary of around $95,000 working at the ESPN.
Playing to Broadcasting Career
Danny drafted by The New York Giants in the fourth round in the 1996 NFL Draft. He played only 2 years with New York Giants and helped to won the NFC Eastern Division title. From 1999 to 2000, he played for Atlanta Falcons. Then he agreed to play with the New York Dragons of the Arena Football League.
Kanell signed with the Denver Broncos and played one season with Broncos. Also, he was a prominent baseball player who had played in the minor league for the Atlantic League’s Newark Bears. After retired from playing career, he worked as an employee of ESPN. He served as the former host of ESPNU’s, UNITE.
Also, he worked as a color analyst for Friday night college football games and basketball games. Danny even made guest appearances on ESPN Radio’s SVP & Russillo with Ryen Russillo. In April 2017. he left ESPN and signed with FOX Sports 1. He is working as the host of his own show on SiriusXM. Also, he has been hosting ‘Dog Day Sports’ with Steve Torre on Mad Dog Sports Radio, SiriusXM channel 82 since early 2018.