The American football coach Wes Phillips and his wife Anna have shared a loving marital bond since 2009.
Over the years, their relationship has blossomed, and together, they have joyfully welcomed three children.
Born on February 17, 1979, Wes Phillips is the offensive coordinator for the Minnesota Vikings of the NFL.
Phillips attended the University of Texas at El Paso, earning three letters playing football for the Miners.
Furthermore, he played professionally as a quarterback with the San Diego Riptide in 2002 and 2003.
Following his playing career, Phillips returned to his alma mater, UTEP, where he spent one season as a student assistant.
He then coached in various positions for teams like the Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins, and Los Angeles Rams.
Vikings OC Wes Phillips Wife, Anna
Wes Phillips has enjoyed a lasting marital union with his wife, Anna, spanning over 15 years.
Having exchanged their wedding vows in 2009, the bond between Wes and Anna has only strengthened with time.
As their love story unfolded, the couple welcomed two charming daughters, Ivy and Minnie, and a son named Mac.
Known for his preference for privacy, Wes has consistently sought to maintain a clear distinction between his personal and private life.
Arrested For DWI
Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Wes Phillips was arrested on Friday night and charged with misdemeanor operation of a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
Phillips was driving a Tesla Model S that was stopped around 9:45 p.m. on Friday on Interstate 394, as Minnesota State Patrol Lt. Jill Frankfurth reported. According to Frankfurth, Phillips “showed signs of impairment,” and his blood alcohol content registered at 0.10%, exceeding the legal limit of 0.08% in Minnesota.
Following the incident, Phillips was booked at the Hennepin County jail on suspicion of driving while intoxicated.
Jail records indicate that he posted a $300 bond and was released at 1:26 a.m. A court appearance is scheduled for December 21.
Despite the arrest, Phillips will travel with the Vikings as they prepare to face the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday.
The Vikings issued a statement addressing the situation:
“Wes immediately notified the team following his arrest last night. This morning we contacted the NFL, and after internal discussion, made the decision Wes will travel with the team to Las Vegas this afternoon. We will continue to gather information regarding the incident and have further comment at the appropriate time.”
Currently, in his second season, Phillips joined the Vikings after Kevin O’Connell replaced Mike Zimmer as head coach last season.
He had previously worked with O’Connell with the L.A. Rams in 2020 and 2021, marking his 17th season coaching in the NFL.