Pittsburgh Steelers selected tight end Darnell Washington from the University of Georgia in the third round of the 2023 NFL Draft, the 93rd overall pick.
But as much as people want to know about his on-field skills and potential, many are also curious about his personal life.
Specifically, they want to know more about Darnell Washington’s wife and family.
ghlinks.com.gh will take a closer look at what we know about his wife.
Whether you’re a diehard Steelers fan or just someone who’s curious about the personal lives of professional athletes, this article is sure to provide some interesting insights into one of the NFL’s rising stars.
Who is Darnell Washington wife?
Darnell Washington is married with 2 children.
Pictures of Darnell Washington wife have circulated on the internet however the exact details such as name, age, profession and other facts about her have not been revealed.
She frequently appears at football events, supporting her husband.
In 2020, she was present to support her husband at the Under Armour All-America Game.
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In a recent interview with NFL.com, Darnell Washington revealed that he is planning to be with his wife, two daughters during ’23 draft announcement.
His older daughter, Layla, is currently three years old while his younger daughter, Jayla, is only one year old.
Who is Darnell Washington?
Darnell Ernest Washington is an American football tight end for the Pittsburgh Steelers of the National Football League.
Coming out of high school, Washington was rated as a five-star prospect, the number one player in the state of Nevada, and a top 25 player in the nation.
He committed to the Bulldogs and was a part of the 2020 class.
Washington played a major role in revamping the tight end position for Georgia over the past couple of years.
Washington saw in-game action all three years he was at Georgia.
It was evident very early into his career that the monstrous tight prospect could have a massive impact in an offense as both a blocker and in the passing game.
He finished his college career with 45 receptions, 774 receiving yards and three touchdowns.
He had career highs in all three of those stat categories during his final season with the Bulldogs.