NFL Dwight Stone Kids: How Many Daughter Does He Have?

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Former NFL player Dwight Stone is the father of three kids, all daughters, with his wife, Jennie.

All of Stone’s daughters are now grown-ups, the youngest daughter got in senior year of her high school in 2024.

His other two daughters have pursued degrees in design, one in graphics & the other in fashion & textile.

Former NFL Player & Retired Police Officer Dwight Stone Shares Three Kids With His Wife
Former NFL Player & Retired Police Officer Dwight Stone Shares Three Kids With His Wife (Source: Twitter)

Dwight “Stoney” Stone is an American former NFL player who had a professional career of 14 years from 1987 to 2000. He played in three different positions (RB, WR, and kick returner).

An alum of Middle Tennessee State, Stone was the 1987 undrafted pick of the NFL team Pittsburgh Steelers (1987-1994).

Later, he played for the Carolina Panthers (1995-98) before playing his final two years at the NY Jets.

Having played under late coach & Hall of Famer, Chuck Noll, he was considered the fastest football player in the 40-yard dash the former ever coached. Stone reportedly made a 40-yard dash in 4.20 seconds.

After his retirement, he served as an officer at Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department for 13 years.

NFL Dwight Stone Daughter: How Many Kids Does He Have?

Born on January 28, 1964, Dwight, 60 now, is the father of three daughters, with his wife Jennie Stone.

All of his daughters’ name starts with “C”: Ciara (eldest), Cailin, and Celena (youngest).

Even if his kids have athletic genes, their inclination to arts was more than professional sports.

Since Stone’s wife is a white American and he is of African-American roots, his daughters are of mixed ethnicity.

Dwight Stone's Three Daughters
Dwight Stone’s Three Daughters (Source: Facebook)

The eldest daughter, Ciara, born in 2000, is a graphic designer and currently resides in Florida. She graduated from East Carolina University in 2022 with a BFA in Graphic Design.

Cailin, the second-born, completed her high school in 2020 from Cuthbertson High School. She later studied Fashion and Textile Management at Wilson College of Textiles.

According to her LinkedIn profile, she works as a part-time season sales associate at Athleta.

The youngest of all, Celena, is a high school student at Cuthbertson High School (class of 2024). She plays for the school’s varsity girls’ lacrosse team.

All of Dwight’s daughters are active on Instagram.

What Does Dwight And His Wife Do Now?

Having played 14 seasons in the NFL with the Steelers, Panthers, and Jets until January 2001, Stone went for police service.

He became an SRO at CMPD (Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department) in April 2002 & served for 13 years & three months before retiring in June 2015.

After Retiring From NFL, Stone Worked As Police Offer For 13 Years Until 2015
After Retiring From The NFL, Stone Worked As A Police Offer For 13 Years Until 2015 (Source: Twitter)

Stone stated that the first thing he wanted after high school was to join the US Army, and the second thing was being a police officer. Seems, he got one thing out of his bucket list.

During a Q&A session with in 2017, when asked about his choice to become a police offer, he said,

“Being a police officer was something I wanted to do to give back to my community. Because my first coach ever, in any sport I played, was a police officer.”

Now, Dwight works as a volunteer. He volunteers in the youth ministry at First Baptist Church of Weddington, N.C., the Crisis Pregnancy Center in Monroe, and his alma mater, Florala High School.

On the other, his wife, Jennie, works as a physical therapist at Core Studio Pilates.

Formerly, she worked at CarolinasPhysical Therapy Associates (1995-99), Total Care Home Health Agency (2004-05), and Union Regional Home Care (2007-12).

Krishna Pandey
Krishna Pandey

Krishna Pandey

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