The former football player, Joshua Perry, who retired at a young age, is married to his wife, Maddi Griffin, and has three adorable kids.
The 29 year-old Joshua Perry is a former linebacker who has featured for teams like San Diego (Los Angeles Chargers) and Indianapolis Colts.
On June 11, 2018, he signed with the Seattle Superhawks, but a month later, he announced his retirement only at age 24 due to concerns about concussions.
Before playing in the NFL, he played collegiate football for Ohio State and won the 2014 CFFP National Championship.
Perry was rated the best seventh-best outside linebacker out of the 203 players available.
While playing as a linebacker, he has always been praised for his leadership, strength, productive tackling, conditioning, instincts, and anticipation.
Maddi Griffin: Wife Of Joshua Perry
Joshua was in a long-term relationship with Maddi Griffin (born: December 28, 1997) before eventually tying the knot.
Additionally, after retiring at the age of 24, he has been more focused on his family.
The reason for his decision to quit was after he suffered his sixth concussion and did not want to put his health in jeopardy.
The pair reportedly started dating in 2017 and engaged after three years on March 1, 2020.
According to their social media posts, the date of their wedding is November 16, 2020, as the couple posted on Instagram celebrating their anniversaries.
Additionally, the couple, who are currently living in Chicago, have three children together.
The duo has one son named Mason Griffin and two daughters, Stella (born: October 11, 2016), while the other daughter’s name is unknown.
Joshua and Maddi often share pictures of each other and their children on their respective social media.
He has an estimated net worth of around $500k-$800k and does have enough to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Now, working as an analyst and in radio, he tries to keep his family healthy and happy at all costs.
NBC Sports Analyst
NBC Sports have a new analyst on their team, as they announced Joshua Perry as their new recruit.
He previously worked as a co-host in the Eleven Warriors Radio Hour and is expected to be a big part.
Moreover, Perry is also expected to travel to marquee games like ESPN’s College GameDay and FOX’s Big Noon Kickoff.
Perry will be joining the team of Noah Eagle, Tood Blackedge, and Kathryn Tappen.
He will be helping the team with their first year of broadcasting Big Ten football games.
The fans and media like Joshua, and is very well-spoken and poised in front of the camera.