Brady Quinn is an accomplished sports journalist. Since September 2014, he has worked as an NFL and CFB Analyst at FOX Sports and as an NFL and CFB Analyst at CBS Sports HQ. Since 2016, Brady has also served on the Orange Bowl Committee. Previously he worked as an American football quarterback who spent seven seasons in the National Football League (NFL). He was also an NFL analyst and co-host.
Brady Quinn Age
Brady Quinn was born in Columbus, Ohio, in the United States on October 27, 1984. He is 37 years old.
Brady Quinn Height
Brady stands at a height of 6 ft 4 in/1.93 m tall.
Brady Quinn Family
Brady is the son of Tyrone J. Quinn and Robin D. (née Slates) Quinn. He was raised with his older sister, Laura Quinn, who married former NFL and Ohio State linebacker A. J. Hawk, and his younger sister, Kelly Katherine Quinn, who married NHL defender Jack Johnson. He has an actor relative named Zachery Ty Bryan. He has two younger sisters. His older sister, Laura Quinn, married former NFL and Ohio State linebacker A. J. Hawk, and his younger sister, Kelly Katherine Quinn, married NHL defender Jack Johnson.
Brady Quinn Wife
Brady is married to Alicia Sacramone, a former artistic gymnast from the United States. The couple started dating in 2009, got engaged in August 2013, and married in March 2014. Sloan Scott Quinn, born on August 6, 2016, Teagan Marie Quinn, born on July 6, 2018, and Cassidy Nicole Quinn, born on February 12, 2020, are his and his wife Alicia’s three daughters.
Brady Quinn Education
Brady attended Dublin Coffman High School in Dublin, Ohio, and finished sixth on the Detroit Free Press’ “Best of the Midwest” squad, as well as 20th on ESPN’s list of the nation’s top 100 prospects. He received a scholarship to Notre Dame in the fall of 2002 after receiving a tip from the father of fellow recruit Chinedum Ndukwe. He earned dual degrees in political science and finance from Notre Dame.
Brady Quinn Salary
Brady earns an annual salary of $73,761.
Brady Quinn Net Worth
Brady’s approximate net worth is $1 million
Brady Quinn Career
Brady joined FOX Sports as a college football and NFL game analyst before the 2014 season. Brady now appears on BIG NOON KICKOFF, FOX Sports’ college football pregame show, alongside host Rob Stone and commentators Reggie Bush, Matt Leinart, and Bob Stoops. He was drafted in the first round of the NFL Draft and played for the team for seven seasons.
He was a four-year starter at Notre Dame, where he set 36 single-season and career records for one of college football’s most prominent and storied institutions. He was the school’s all-time leader in passing attempts (1,602), completions (929), yards (11,762), and touchdown passes (95), and his 29 career wins as a starter tied for the most ever by a Notre Dame quarterback.
He became the first Golden Domer since 1977 to win the Maxwell Award, which is given to the best player in the country. He graduated from South Bend as one of the most successful passers in the country, and the Cleveland Browns selected him with the 22nd overall pick in the first round of the 2007 NFL Draft. Brady spent seven seasons in the NFL with six different teams, including the New York Jets and St. Louis Rams in 2013. During his NFL career, he developed an interest in broadcasting.