Joey Galloway Wiki, Married, Wife, Girlfriend, Dating, Gay, Net Worth
|Date of Birth||November 20, 1971|
|Age||49 Years 3 Month(s)|
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Social Media||Instagram, Twitter|
|Height||5 Feet 11 Inches (180.34 m)|
|Education||Ohio State University|
|Parents||James Galloway(Father), Carolyn Galloway(Mother)|
From playing College to National League Football, Joseph Scott Galloway, better known as Joey Galloway has made quite an impact in American Football history. The eighth overall drafted player in the 1995 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks, Galloway started playing football while still in high school.
What’s His Career And Succession?
Joey Galloway began his football journey very early, playing high school football. He attended Bellaire High school that inspired him to kick-start his career in professional football. The ESPN sportscaster later attended Ohio State University and started playing college football from there. While in college, he was one of the top five all timers in many of Ohio State’s receiving records as he received top-notch honors in college football.
Joey was drafted by the Seattle Seahawks in the 1995 NFL Draft as the eighth overall pick. He played for the Seahawks from 1995 to 1999. In 1999, Joey only played eight games for the Seahawks because of a contract dispute and a holdout controversy. The Seahawks eventually traded Galloway to Dallas Cowboy on February 12, 2000.
Apart from the two clubs, in his career span of almost two decades, Joey Galloway has played for Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2004-2008), New England Patriots (2009), Pittsburgh Steelers (2009), and Washington Redskins (2010).
Besides playing, Joey also co-owned an Arena Football League team Columbus Destroyers. Currently, he serves as a college football analyst for ESPN.
How Much is Joey Galloway Worth?
As a professional football player for almost fifteen years, Joey Galloway has an approximated net worth of $10 million. He acquired his incredible net worth playing football for seven different clubs in more than fifteen years.
Besides that, he earned his riches as a college sports analyst as he joined ESPN on 2011. He currently helms the duties as a studio analyst with fellow analyst Danny Kanell and anchor Adnan Virk. Before that, he fitted the role in-game analysis with fellow ESPN reporter, reporter Paul Carcaterra and play-by-play commentator Beth Mowins. According to Glassdoor, the ESPN Analyst summons a yearly paycheck of $70,000.
Is Joey Dating, Married or Gay?
Being in the public eyes, it’s hard to imagine that a celebrity can ever maintain their private lives. But in Joey Galloway’s case, he is quite an expert doing that. For about two decades being a famous footballer and a public figure, Joey is not once caught talking about having a girlfriend.
However, one of Twitter posts of 14 August 2015 caught the public eyes where he admitted of having a baby.
Joey Galloway social media sharing on 14 August 2015 (Photo: Twitter)
Nevertheless, it is still not clear whether he seriously or funnily shared the tweet. While his fan following are always curious about his personal life, it further became the speculation for them in knowing his possible wedding details.
The ESPN host is not a gay, and his tweet also suggests that he might have a wife which he does not want to reveal anytime for now.
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Joey Galloway was born in Bellaire, Ohio, 20 November 1971, as per wiki. The 1.80 m (5 feet 11 inches) tall wide-receiver, Joey weighs 197 lbs and belongs to African-American ethnicity. His family consists of his father James Galloway and mother Carolyn Galloway and the ESPN analyst admitted having an Indian in his family in his Twitter account 16 October 2015.
He went to Bellaire high school where he caught 52 passes for 1208 yard and had eight touchdowns. The winning streak continued even in college, Ohio State, with 47 passes caught for 946 yards and a school record of 11 touchdowns. He is also a two times AFC Receiving Touchdown Leaders. Besides football, he also played basketball while in high school and won state championships in track.