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Bobby Wagner’s Daughter Quincey Wagner Bio, Family, Nationality

Bobby Wagner’s Daughter Quincey Wagner Bio, Family, Nationality

Facts of Quincey Wagner

Full Name:Quincey Wagner
Country:United States
GrandparentsPhenia Wagner and Bobby Wagner
UncleRobert Wagner
AuntNakima Ward
FatherBobby Wagner
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Quincey Wagner caught the media attention for being the daughter of an American football linebacker Bobby Joseph Wagner.

Who is Quincey Wagner’s Father?

Quincey Wagner must have been born somewhere in the United States of America. By looking at her picture she must be around 8 years old. She was born to Bobby Wagner (father). By profession, her father is an American football linebacker. Her aunt and uncle’s names are Nakima Ward and Robert Wagner. Similarly, Quincey’s grandparents’ names are Phenia Wagner and Bobby Wagner.

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Caption: Quincey Wagner with her family (Photo: Times )

By nationality, Quincey holds American citizenship and belongs to Afro- an American ethnic background. Similarly, she follows Christianity as a religion.

Is Quincey Wagner in a relationship?

Quincey is currently single. Similarly, Quincey is not in a relationship neither she is married to anyone at the moment. She is just a child and does not know the meaning of a relationship. Likewise, she is at the age of playing and having fun. However, after she is at the age of understanding love. Quincey might get in a relationship with the person she loves.

What is the net worth of Quincey Wagner’s father?

Quincey’s father Bobby Wagner has an estimated net worth of around $10.4 million as of 2022. He was able to collect this decent sum of money from his career as an American football linebacker. Similarly, he has an annual salary of around $1 million. His income includes all his assets, savings, bank balance, and property. He is very happy with the income he is earning from his long-term career.

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Caption: Quincey Wagner’s father with his teammates (Photo: Instagram)

Aside from Bobby’s career, he is also earning an extra sum from brand endorsement, Ads, and sponsorship. In a very short period of time, Bobby became successful in making his name in the public. As of now, he is living a happy and lavish life while enjoying his long-term career.  As Bobby is quite passionate about his career his net worth and salary will surely rise higher in the upcoming days.

What are Bobby Joseph Wagner’s Contracts?

He first signed the contract on May 7, 2012, with the Seattle Seahawks, It was a four-year, $4.30 million contract that includes $2.51 million guaranteed and a signing bonus of $1.57 million. Bobby then signed a contract with Los Angeles a five-year, $50 million contract. Hos contract includes worth up to $65 million with incentives.

When was Bobby Wagner Injured?

While playing the game with the seahawks’ first defensive play of the game. He injured his knee during the game. As for now he has been held and will surely be able to play the next game.

Bobby Wagner’s Professional Career

  •  By profession Quincey’s father, Bobby is an American football linebacker.
  • He started playing football during his high school days.
  • Likewise, in his college days, he was the best player.
  • His professional career began when Bobby accepted his invitation to play in the 2012 Senior Bowl on January 14, 2012.
  • He was the first Utah State player to play in the game since Chris Cooley in 2004.
  • After the game, Bobby was named the Senior Bowl MVP and was also named the North’s Most Outstanding Player.
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Caption: Quincey Wagner’s father inside the field (Photo; Wikipedia)
  • During the NFL pick, he was projected to be a second-round pick by NFL draft experts and scouts.
  • Likewise, Bobby is the 11th highest player selected in the NFL draft from Utah State and the highest since Rulon Jones in 1980.
  • After the contra t was signed he was the starting middle linebacker, along with outside linebackers.
  • He then made his debut in the Seattle Seahawks’ season-opener at the Arizona Cardinals.
  • There he made recorded four combined tackles during their 20–16 loss.
  • Then his long-term career as a player began.