Laura Quinn, his older sister, is married to former Ohio State linebacker A.J. Hawk. Kelly Katherine Quinn, his younger sister, is married to Jack Johnson (the NHL player, not the singer). Quinn himself was a football standout, from his All-American days at Dublin Coffman High School to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish.
Quinn might have married the most impressive athlete of them all. His wife is an Olympic silver medalist, one of the most decorated tumblers in U.S. history.
The former quarterback has three daughters with his world-class gymnast wife. So who is Alicia Sacramone?
Who is Brady Quinn's Wife Alicia Sacramone?
Former Olympic gymnast Alicia Sacramone Quinn is a retired athlete and full-time mother. She won a silver medal at the Beijing 2008 Olympics with the women's gymnastics team. She is the fourth-most decorated U.S. women's gymnast with 11 medals from the World Championships and Olympics combined.
Sacramone won gold medals at the 2005 World Championship in Australia. She joined Brown University in 2006, breaking all sorts of records in her freshman season. In 2007, alongside Nastia Lukin and Shawn Johnson, she helped Team USA win all-around gold at the World Championships.
Sacramone and Team USA followed that up with a silver medal the following year in Beijing.
The 33-year-old Sacramone officially retired from athletic competition in 2012 one year before she became engaged to quarterback Brady Quinn and started a family.
Brady Quinn Kids & Personal Life
Alicia Sacramone and American football quarterback Brady Quinn were engaged in the fall of 2013 and married by the following spring.
Two years later, they welcomed their first daughter, Sloan Scott Quinn.
Two years after Sloan's birth, they had their second daughter, Teagan Marie Quinn. Two years after that, in February 2020, they welcomed their third daughter to the world, Cassidy Nicole Quinn.
Brady Quinn's parents, Robin D. Quinn and Tyrone J. Quinn, are likely very happy grandparents. Talk about a Full House; nay, a Brady Bunch.
Brady Quinn's Football Career
Brayden Tyler Quinn is much more than a former American football quarterback these days. He is also a sports analyst. However, the Columbus, Ohio, native is best known for his outstanding college football play at Notre Dame.
Quinn made the Detroit Free Press's "Best of the Midwest" team in high school, as well as ESPN's list of top talent. He was thrusted into the spotlight in 2005 when he defeated Michigan and USC, back-to-back, under head coach Charlie Weiss to start the 2005 season.
Quinn made the AP All-America team, set the Notre Dame single-game touchdown record and won the Sammy Baugh Trophy the same season. He then won the Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award in 2006. Before his college career was over, Quinn won the Maxwell Award and was selected in the first round by the Cleveland Browns in the 2007 NFL Draft.
Quinn played in four non-consecutive NFL seasons. From 2007-2009, he struggled on and off as the struggling Browns starter. He was traded to the Denver Broncos for Peyton Hillis and did not play for two seasons, backing up Tim Tebow at times.
Quinn signed with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2012 but struggled, posting a 1-7 record in his eight starts. He signed with four more teams over the next two years, but none of them worked out.
After stints with the Seattle Seahawks, New York Jets, St. Louis Rams and Miami Dolphins, Quinn participated in the 2015 NFL Veteran Combine. Quinn both never officially retired nor played in another NFL game again.
Brady Quinn re-emerged in the public eye as a game analyst and football commentator for Fox Sports's "Big Noon Kickoff" in 2019. He's since worked for CBS as a college and professional football analyst while co-hosting the Sirius XM NFL Radio show "Blitz." He also makes regular appearances on the "Pick Six Podcast" and had his own CBS series called "The Brady Quinn Football Show."
The 36-year-old Quinn has an estimated net worth of $10 million in 2021. He and his wife are also co-chairs of the 3rd and Goal Foundation, a veteran-focused charity. Life looks pretty good for the Quinns.
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