Joe Staley Celebrity Life and Background Check

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Joe Staley Celebrity Life

Born on 30th August 1984, Joseph Staley is a former football offensive tackle of America Who only played for the National Football League’s San Francisco 49ers throughout his career.

The San Francisco 49ers drafted him in the 1st round of the NFL Draft of 2007. Staley played college-level football while attending Central Michigan.

 

Football Career at High-School

Joe Staley attended Rockford High School where he earned letters in track events, as well as, football. Staley earned 7 touchdowns and caught twenty-four passes for five hundred fifty-nine yards when he was a prep senior.

The former player was placed at No. 13 rank overall according to the Detroit Free Press while Detroit News ranked him forty-nine.

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He also an exceptional track & field athlete and was a member of the track team of the Rockford High School. It was a time when Staley created 3 new school records in the track & events.

The player was in the 6th position at the state-level 200-meter event that earned him all-state honors. His team was 6th in 4X400, 4th in 4X200, as well as, 4th in the 4x400 category.

Football Career at College

The player’s brilliant performance led to him receiving an athletic scholarship for attending Central Michigan University.

It was here that he became a member of the football team called Central Michigan Chippewas between 2004 and 2007. He started his career in football by playing as a tight end.
 Staley had a height of 6 feet 5 inches and weighed 80 pounds but did not compromise with his foot speed.

During his freshman year, he was seen playing in 11 games and caught eleven passes for one hundred and thirty yards, 1 touchdown, as well as posted 2 catches for thirty-four yards, his career-high performance while playing against Eastern Michigan University.

The team management decided to shift him to their offensive line because of his sheer when he was a sophomore. Staley started all eleven games at the right tackle. The player got the invitation to play in the East-West Shrine Game of 2007.

He was selected in the preseason All-MAC 1st Team by MAC Report Online and Athlon Sports. He dominated the field at left tackle. His speed was quite a surprise because of his size.

The player was a major member of a powerful offensive line, which enabled Kent Smith to pass for a minimum of two thousand yards in two consecutive years – 2004 and 2005.

He was seen playing alongside Adam Kieft, ex-lineman of Cincinnati Bengals. Kieft was also his teammate while playing football at Rockford High School.

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Professional Football Career


The San Francisco 49ers drafted him the 1st-round of the NFL Draft of 2007. He was the 28th pick overall that season. In the National Football League season of 2008, Joe Staley was shifted to the team’s left tackle and started every game.

He allowed only 8.5 sacks in that season.

Before the commencement of the 2009 season, he entered into a contract extension for 6-year with the San Francisco 49ers.

When the 2012 playing season ended, the 49ers and Staley participated in Super Bowl XLVII. Staley started in that game and yet his team lost the match against the Baltimore Ravens by a narrow margin. The final score in that match was 34-31.

The former player entered into an extension agreement for another two years in the offseason of 2014 so that his tenure can be extended through the season of 2019.

Stanley declared his intention to retire from the NFL on 25th April 2020 after playing for 13 seasons.

Personal Life

Joe Staley is married to Carrie Dew, a former professional football player. The couple has two daughters from their marriage. Staley hosted a video blog for the website of the 49ers called the “Joe Show.”

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