Jimmy Cefalo Biography
Jimmy Cefalo is a well-known journalist, news and sports pundit, and radio talk show host from the United States. He was previously a professional American football wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins. Jimmy enjoys watching sports in his spare time.
Jimmy Cefalo Age
Jimmy Cefalo was born in Pittston, Pennsylvania, in the United States of America on October 6, 1956. He is 66 years old.
Jimmy Cefalo Height
Jimmy stands at a moderate height of 5 ft 10 in/1.82 m tall.
Jimmy Cefalo Family
Jimmy was born and raised in Pittston, Pennsylvania, with the loving care and support of his devoted and industrious parents, whose names are being explored and will be updated soon.
Jimmy Cefalo Wife
Jimmy is happily married to Janice Cefalo, who is a loving and supportive wife. The couple has been married for several years and is now proud parents to three children. Jimmy, his wife, and their children live blissfully in Miami Beach, Florida.
Jimmy Cefalo Children
Jimmy is a devoted husband and father to three gorgeous children. The couple had their first daughter, Mia, and then their gorgeous twins, Ava and Katie.
Jimmy Cefalo Education
Jimmy graduated from Pittston Area High School with a high school diploma. He excelled there and was named to The Pennsylvania Football News All-Century Team. Jimmy was ranked one of the most highly recruited running backs in the country.
He later attended at Penn State University, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in journalism in 1978. During his final year at the institution, he was awarded the most valuable player in the 1976 Gator Bowl.
Jimmy Cefalo Salary
Jimmy receives an annual of $96,380.
Jimmy Cefalo’s Net Worth
Jimmy’s approximate net worth is $1 million.
Jimmy Cefalo Career
He made his professional football debut in 1978, when he was picked in the third round by the Miami Dolphins. After six seasons, he was recognized as a sure-handed and consistent receiver. After Nat Moore suffered an ankle injury during Super Bowl XVII, Jimmy took his place.
His 76-yard touchdown reception from quarterback David Woodley during the game against the Washington Redskins remains the fifth-longest in Super Bowl history.
Jimmy is currently employed as a play-by-play announcer for WIOD, a Miami-based radio station. In addition, he works as a sports analyst for the NFL Network and WINZ, WIOD’s sister station.
Jimmy Florida was selected Sportscaster of the Year five times by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association (1998, 2001-2004). In addition, for three years prior to anchoring Sports Snapshot, he hosted Trump Card, a game show filmed in Atlantic City. He joined WQAM in 2005 as a play-by-play man for the Miami Dolphins radio broadcast team, where he co-hosted with Joe Rose and Jim “Mad Dog” Mandich, who died on April 26, 2011.
Jimmy spent thirteen years as a sports anchor for WPLG-TV in Miami. He began his journalism career in 1985, when he was hired by NBC as a color commentator for the NFL on NBC.
He worked there with Charlie Jones from 1985 to 1988, and then with Jim Donovan in 1989. In addition, he has worked as a correspondent, sports anchor, and co-host.
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