When you think of elite NFL quarterbacks, Joe Flacco instantly comes to mind.
Okay... maybe not, but the former Baltimore Ravens quarterback has still managed to string together a solid career in the pros, including a Super Bowl victory.
Flacco is now with his fourth franchise after signing with the Philadelphia Eagles, and he'll be making the move to Philly with his biggest fan and loving wife Dana.
Who is Joe Flacco's Wife?
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The National Football League quarterback has been married to his wife Dana Grady since 2011. They tied the knot at the Holy Savior Church, but their connection extends further than that.
The two were high school sweethearts at Audubon High School in New Jersey, and have been together ever since.
The Flaccos have five children. Their first child, son Stephen Flacco was born in 2012, a year before they welcomed their second son, Daniel Flacco.
In 2015, the pair welcomed their third son, Francis and in 2016 they had their only daughter, Evelyn.
Their fifth child, Thomas Kevin, was born in 2018.
The NFL player often posts pictures of the family on social media.
Dana Flacco was raised in New Jersey to parents Daniel and Deborah Grady, alongside her three siblings, Lisa, Sara and Zachary.
Dana isn't working, though raising five children is certainly more than a full-time job.
Joe Flacco's Football Career
Joe Flacco played college football at the University of Delaware before getting selected in the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Ravens.
Flacco spent 11 years with the Ravens and despite never making the Pro Bowl, he won a Super Bowl ring in 2012. He earned Super Bowl MVP honors as well after defeating the 49ers in Super Bowl XLVII.
Flacco joined the Denver Broncos in the 2019 offseason, spending one season with the team and starting eight games. He joined the New York Jets in 2020 where he served as the backup quarterback to Sam Darnold before signing with the Eagles in 2021.
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