American Football player Frostee Rucker, who stands tall at the height of 1.91 meters, is allegedly expecting a baby with his wife Danielle. The couple got married in 2014 and is living blissful life together.
According to different sources, it is heard that the couple is expecting a baby. So without wasting time let's dig into their personal life.
Danielle and Frostee are both religious persons and believe that it is God's will that they are having a child. Sources say that she is very excited about the baby and has already been shopping for clothes and carriers for the baby. Frostee, who married his girlfriend after dating for over 4 years is living happily with his family and the couple seems to be in strong bond.
Frostee Rucker and Danielle McGraw Source: Zimbio
Frostee believes these were given simply because of his faith in God. Frostee and his wife have never been happier before and are excited to become parents. At the age of 32, the defensive player was getting worried about being a father. But we are sure his worries have long been taken care of. Frostee started dating Danielle when he was playing for the Bengals. He has been with her since then.
Frostee started his college career playing for Colorado State as a freshman. He later transferred to University of Southern California (USC). He had been highly rated by his coach as one of the best defensive end players to play of USC. He set records while playing tournaments and championships.
He was drafted in the 2006 NFL Draft and picked by the Cincinnati Bengals with the 91st pick in the first round. As a rookie, he spent most of his time on the sidelines, away from the pitch, due to an injury. In the later years, he got his first start against Miami Dolphins and finished the game with 5 tackles. In his third year with the Bengals, he started 4 games and played in 11 with a career-high appearance and finished the season with 24 tackles.
Frostee Rucker Career Source: Broadly - Vice
Frostee Rucker was again sidelined for about 6 months due to a back injury. Along with this, his time had ended at the Cincinnati Bengals and he moved to the Cleveland Browns. After a short spell at the Browns, he signed for the Arizona Cardinals with a contract of $2 million dollars with a million guaranteed and a signing bonus of $80,000 dollars and an average salary of $1 million per year. The linebacker is valued at a net worth of slightly over a million dollars.