Michael DiRocco is an NFL Nation Reporter for Jacksonville Jaguars for ESPN. He has been associated with ESPN since 2011 and has worked in the various positions at ESPN.
Michael DiRocco was born in the United States of America. Besides his nationality, there is no any information about where he spent his childhood days. After completing his high school education, he joined Jacksonville University in 1988. He earned Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Communications from Jacksonville University in 1992. Having an interest in sports journalism, DiRocco joined Florida Times-Union newspaper in April 1993. During his tenure at Florida Times, he covered University of Florida football, basketball, and baseball. He spent nearly nineteen years of his career at Florida Times, covering basketball, baseball, and football from the ground. At Florida, he documented a pair of national titles in basketball, national titles in football and covered Tim Tebow’s brief career. In November 2011, he ended his long career at Florida Times and moved to ESPN.com.
During his career at Time-Union, he reached the position of the second-most high-profile sports beat. He joined ESPN.com as a sports writer and ESPN.com also; he covered University of Florida football and basketball. He served as a writer for ESPN.com for almost two years. In August 2013, he became ESPN Nation Jaguars reporter and had been serving in the position since then.
Initially, he worked as a college football writer for ESPN in November 2011. Working on the position, he covered the University of Florida. In August 2013, he moved to NFL and started to cover the Jacksonville Jaguars for ESPN’s NFL Nation. At ESPN, he made appearances on television and radio and served ESPN.com as a writer. DiRocco has experience of covering the Steve Spurrier, Ron Zoon and Will Muschamp years.
DiRocco is currently married, and he has two children. The family is currently living a happy life, and there seems mutual understanding between DiRocco and his wife. During leisure time, he prefers to spend time with wife and two children. Before starting his career at Times-Union, he worked as a sports editor of the five-day- week Clay Today newspaper in Orange Park, Florida. He must have been paid well at ESPN and might have made net worth of million dollars but no any authenticate body has measured his financial status, so it remains unknown. Michael DiRocco is an active user of Twitter; he has more than 11K followers on Twitter. He keeps updating about the Jaguars in his twitter account also. Most of his followers in twitter are Jaguars’ fans.