Dan Orlovsky is a former American football player. He served as quarterback for the NFL team, Detroit Lions from 2005-2008. Likewise, he retired in 2017 from Los Angeles Rams.
Currently, Dan works as an NFL Analyst at famous ESPN channel. Furthermore, he is a married man with 3 children.
|Birthday||August 18, 1983|
|Height||6 feet 5 inches|
|Profession||former NFL player|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Children||Madden Lesher Orlovsky, Noah Patrick Orlovsky and Hunter Daniel Orlovsky|
|Education||University of Connecticut|
10 Facts on Dan Orlovsky
- Dan Orlovsky is a former footballer and NFL Analyst at ESPN. He was born on August 18, 1983, under the Leo zodiac sign. Similarly, Dan is 37 years old age as of now.
- Talking about his married life, Dan tied the knot with his wife, Tiffany Orlovsky in 2016. Furthermore, Tiffany even went viral for pranking her husband.
- Dan and Tiffany are parents to 3 children: Madden Lesher Orlovsky, Noah Patrick Orlovsky, and Hunter Daniel Orlovsky. In addition, the family currently resides in Connecticut.
- As an athlete, Orlovsky has a tall height of 5 feet and 9 inches. Similarly, he has a big build body with a weight of around 89kg.
- According to a report, Dan owns a Net Worth of $5 million dollars in 2020. In fact, his fortune comes from his previous football career and current job at ESPN.
- The verified Instagram profile for Orlovsky is @dorlovsky. In addition, his Twitter account is @danorlovsky7. In addition, it has amassed 80.8k followers.
- Dan is a native of Bridgeport, Connecticut. Likewise, he attended the Shelton High School in his hometown. Moreover, he was already playing as quarterback during his sophomore years.
- After his high school graduation, Orlovsky attended the University of Connecticut. Furthermore, he holds the record for most football pass completions and passes attempts for his college.
- Dan officially began his professional career in 2005. Likewise, he was drafted by Detroit Lions in the fifth round.
- Orlovsky was also the player for Houston Texans, Los Angeles Rams, and Indianapolis Colts. Similarly, he finally retired in 2017.