Facts of Danny Woodhead Biography
|Occupation||Professional football running back|
|Education||North Platte High School, Chadron State College|
|Place of birth||North Platte, Nebraska, United States|
Danny Woodhead is a professional American football player for Baltimore Ravens, National Football League (NFL) and plays as a running back. In 2008, New York Jets signed him as an undrafted free agent. Moreover, he also played for New England Patriots and San Diego Chargers. During his college days, he made several records. In 2006 and 2007, he regularly won the Harlon Hill Trophy.
Danny Woodhead Early life
Danny Woodhead was born on January 25, 1985, in North Platte, Nebraska, United States. His parents are Mark Woodhead and Annette Woodhead.
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His father played as a wide receiver for the Chadron State Eagles in the late 1970s. Woodhead grew up along with his sibling brothers Jole Woodhead and Ben Woodhead. His brother Ben is also a professional football player. Woodhead completed his early education from North Platte High School. In 2008, he graduated from the Chadron State College.
Danny Professional Career
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Danny Woodhead Personal life
Danny Woodhead is a married man and is blessed with a happily married and family life. Woodhead tied a knot with his beloved wife Stacia Woodhead in 2008.
This couple has two daughters named Gia Grace and Maisy and a son named William.
Woodhead is equally maintaining his professional as well as family life and is often seen spending his time along with his family. Besides this, there are no any records of his other relationships. This couple is happily and successfully maintaining married as well as family life since a long time, so there are very few chances of having their divorce.
Danny Woodhead Net worth
One of the famous player Danny Woodhead has a good net worth. His current net worth is $5.5 million which is totally worth. Recently he signed a new 3 years contract with Baltimore Ravens for $8,800,000.