Danny Kannel Biography
Kanell is a retired professional American quarterback in the National Football League and Arena Football League, currently serving for CBS Sports, Fox Sports 1, and SiriusXM. Prior he worked as an analyst for ESPN and on the Russillo and Kanell show on ESPN Radio as a host.
Danny Kannel Age
Danny was born on November 21, 1973, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.
Danny Kannel Height
Kannel is 6 feet and 2 inches tall.
Danny Kannel Education
Danny attended Florida State University, where he assumed the role of quarterback for the entire year in his college.
Danny Kannel Nationality
Danny is of American nationality.
Danny Kannel Ethnicity
He holds white ethnicity.
Danny Kannel Parents
Danny is the son of Daniel and Diane Kannel. Daniel served as the spring train orthopedist of the New York Yankee.
Danny Kannel Siblings
Danny has three siblings: Daryl Kannel, Debbie Kennel, and Dana Kannel.
Danny Kannel Wife
Kannel is married to Courtenay Kannel. The couple got married on March 6, 2005. His wife works as a healthy habits coach.
Danny Kannel Children
Day and Courtenay have three daughters. In July 2007, they had their first daughter, Camryn Kanell, Dylan Kanell’s second daughter, and Brady Kanell, the last-born daughter, in July 2012.
Danny Kannel NFL
Kanell was drafted fourth round/135th overall by the New York Giants in the 1996 NFL Draft. He made his NFL appearance later in the season, became the starter, and played the last ten games of the next season in New York, which led the Giants to the NFC Eastern Division title. Danny threw for 1,740 yards with eleven touchdowns and nine interceptions In those ten games. The Giants lost in the playoffs against the Minnesota Vikings with a score of 23–22 with 199 yards and one touchdown from Kannel. Kanell was benched in favor of Kent Graham. Kent later led the Giants to an 8–8 finish and a 5–1 record down the stretch. At the end of the year, Giants cut Kanell to make sufficient funds gap room to pay Kerry Collins, who was signed from the New Orleans Saints.
In the off-season, Kanell earned a position as a substitute for two years for their injured starting quarterback Chris Chandler playing for the Atlanta Falcons. In Atlanta, Danny started two games and played in eight, completing 99 of 200 attempted passes for 1,117 yards, nine interceptions, and six touchdowns. The Falcons cut him off at the end of 2000 and did not sign with another team.
In the 2002 season, He signed with the New York Dragons of the Arena Football League, where he played four games without Aaron Garcia. Later during training camp, the Denver Broncos signed him. Kanell played for one year as a substitute for Plummer for the Broncos. Following the record of Plummer becoming the first Broncos quarterback in franchise history to take every offensive snap, he never got a chance to play. The Broncos cut him off after the 2004 season, and his NFL career ended then as another NFL team did not pick him.
Danny Kannel Baseball
Kanell went back to baseball during a layoff from football in 2001, playing for the Atlantic League’s Newark Bears in the minor leagues. He assumed the position of first base, designated hitter, and third base hitting for a .237 average with one home run in 79 plates.
Danny Kennel CBS Sports
Kanell served as an ESPN host and worked as a color analyst for Friday Night college football games and college baseball. Later after frequent guest appearances, it was announced that he would co-host The Russillo Show full-time, and he took on the role in September 2015. Kanell, on April 26, 2017, was cut alongside 100 members of the staff in an attempt to cut costs by ESPN. Kanell joined Fox Sports 1 on August 28, 2017, as a college football analyst and later became the anchor of his radio show on SiriusXM.
Danny Kannel Salary
Danny earns an annual salary of $ 78 219.
Danny Kannel Networth
Danny has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Danny Kannel Instagram
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