Michael Irvin is a famous sports commentator. He is also a former professional football player. He spent all 12 years of his career in the NFL catching passes for the Dallas Cowboys. In 2007, he was honored and became a part of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Michael Irvin talks football on ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown. Now, he gives his thoughts about the NFL on NFL Network. In 2009, he tried to dance on the show Dancing with the Stars but was eliminated in the ninth week.
He also talks about sports on a show called Undisputed every weekday morning on FS1. He does so with Richard Sherman, Keyshawn Johnson, and Skip Bayless.
Michael Irvin Height, Weight, and Age
Michael Irvin’s height is 6 feet 2 inches and his weight is 94 kg.
Michael Irvin’s birth name is Michael Jerome Irvin. Michael Irvin’s age is 57 years. Michael Irvin was born to his parents on March 5, 1966, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S.
Michael Irvin did his studies at Piper High School in Sunrise, Florida, and St. Thomas Aquinas High School in Fort Lauderdale.
Who is Michael Irvin Wife?
Michael Irvin is a married man. Michael Irvin wife is Sandy Harrell. The couple married in 1990. Michael Irvin and Sandy Harrell have three children- Michael Irvin Jr. (Son), Elijah Irvin (Son), and Chelsea Irvin (Daughter). Michael Irvin’s previous relationship has a daughter- Myesha Beyonca. Michael Irvin is still married to his wife Sandy Harrell.
What ended Michael Irvin’s career?
In the fifth game of the 1999 season, Michael Irvin was tackled by Tim Houk, a player from the Philadelphia Eagles. Unfortunately, he was thrown headlong into the field at Veterans Stadium in Philadelphia. This caused injury to the cervical spine, but it was not life-threatening. They had to carry him off the field on a cart and bring him to Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. Sadly, Irwin was unable to play the remainder of that season.
Later, doctors discovered that she had a disease called cervical spinal stenosis. They told him that if he got hit in the neck or head again, it could be really bad. Due to this risk, Michael Irwin decided to retire from football in May 2000.