Anna Kleinsorge (Ryan Leaf’s Wife) Bio, Age, Husband, and Children

Anna Kleinsorge (Ryan Leaf's Wife)
Anna Kleinsorge (Ryan Leaf’s Wife)

Anna Kleinsorge Bio | Wiki

This is what you need to know about Anna Kleinsorge a former Georgetown volleyball player well known for being the wife of Ryan Leaf. Ryan Leaf is a former American football player who was a quarterback in the National Football League for four seasons. Leaf played for the San Diego Chargers and the Dallas Cowboys between 1998 and 2001 and also spent time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Seattle Seahawks.

Anna Kleinsorge Age

details about Anna’s age or date of birth are not known. This information will be updated as soon as its available.

Anna Kleinsorge Height

Kleinsorge stands at a height of 6-foot-3.

Anna Kleinsorge Husband

Anna is currently engaged to Ryan Leaf and together they are blessed with one child, a son namedMcGyver Fitzgerald Leaf. Previously Ryan Leaf was married to Nicole Lucia, a Charger cheerleader and daughter of financial radio host Ray Lucia. The two separated in November 2003 and eventually divorced.

Anna Kleinsorge and Ryan Leaf’s son

Anna and Ryan are parents of their son McGyver Fitzgerald Leaf who was born in 2017. He is 2 years old as of 2019.

Anna Kleinsorge’s Husband, Ryan Leaf Arrested on Domestic Battery Charge


Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf has been arrested for misdemeanor domestic battery in Palm Springs, California. TMZ Sports first reported it. Leaf was taken into custody on Friday afternoon.

Details of the incident itself are not clear. All that’s currently known, according to the information available on the Riverdale County Sheriff’s Department’s website, is that Leaf was booked on a single charge and that his bail was set for $5,000.

The former No. 2 overall pick for the San Diego Chargers lasted just three seasons in the NFL after getting drafted behind Peyton Manning in 1998. Following his departure from the league, where he threw just 14 touchdown passes and 36 interceptions, going 4-17 during that time, he spiraled into what he described as “an eight-year run of off-and-on opioid abuse that took my life to the very bottom.”

This dark period in his life included a 2009 arrest on drug and burglary charges in Texas, and a two-year spell in prison after he was arrested in 2012 for breaking into a home in Montana, stealing prescription drugs, and violating his Texas probation.

Since then, Leaf has found sobriety and served as an ambassador for a recovery community. In 2019, ESPN hired the former Washington State quarterback as a college football analyst.