Dan Graziano is currently working for the ESPN network since 2016 and has contributed to NFL Insiders, NFL Live, Sportscenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com, and ESPN Magazine. Besides, a sports analyst, he is a sportswriter too.
Dan Graziano earns around $75,000, annually and has an estimated net worth of over $300,000. Dan is a married man with two sons.
The American sportscaster/anchor Dan Graziano has an estimated net worth of $300,000. The reporter receives an annual salary of $75,000 from his successful reporting career with ESPN, as of 2020.
Since Dan Graziano is working with one of the best Sports networks around the world and it is also known for paying a decent amount of salary to its employees.
Broadcast analysts make $78,200 annually on average. Since this number can sometimes be skewed by higher wages, average wages are often used to predict earnings. According to the Labor Statistics Office, half of all broadcast analysts earned at least $56,680 annually.
Dan is a married man and has two sons among which his older son is named Danny Graziano born in 2003. Dan and his girlfriend Andrea Rubin Graziano tied the knot on March 18, 2000, after a long romantic affair. The ceremony was held at the Summit of Hunter Mountain.
Many sources have mistaken her name to be Veronica.
The couple has a very deep relation even after 2 decades of their wedding and recently, Dan wished his wife on their marriage anniversary with a very beautiful caption.
He currently resides in Ridgewood, New Jersey with his wife and two sons. Their first child Danny Graziano was born in 2003.
So far there are no rumors of them getting divorced and are living a happy married life. Besides, a famous sportscaster he is quite popular in social media with a huge number of fan following.
Dan Graziano was born in the United States. He holds an American nationality and belongs to the White ethnic group. After completing high school, he attended Georgetown University and acquired his Bachelor's degree in 1994.
He also has a brother named Robert Graziano.
Dan Graziano, at the beginning of his broadcasting career, worked for AOL Fanhouse covering football and baseball. In addition, Graziano also worked as a beat writer for the New York Yankees. Dan joined ESPN in 2011 as a Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles, and Washington Redskins NFC East blogger.
Two years later, ESPN set up its NFL Network of 32 members and registered Graziano as the Giants reporter. He also began to contribute to NFL Insiders in 2013.
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In July 2016, Dan Graziano was named National NFL Insider for ESPN and has contributed to the ESPN magazine, NFL Insiders, NFL Live, SportsCenter, ESPN Radio, ESPN.com.
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