- Full Name Domonique Foxworth
- Occupation Former football player, Radio personality and Producer
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Oxford, England
- Birth Date Mar 27, 1983
- Age 39 Years, 10 Months
Domonique Foxworth | BiographyPlayed college football for the University of Maryland
On the first day of the 2010 season training camp, Foxworth tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), which kept him away from the entire season. Although Foxworth returned in 2011, he was kept on the reserved injured list for two games; he was away for the rest of the season. Subsequently, in May 2012, he announced his retirement from the NFL.
Domonique Foxworth is a former NFL cornerback. After his football career, he became a radio personality and producer.
Who Is Domonique Foxworth?
Domonique Foxworth began his football career in college. He played for the Maryland Terrapins football of the University of Maryland from 2001 to 2004.
After that, in 2004, he was drafted by the National Football League, and the Denver Broncos picked him on over 97th position. Further, he was traded in 2008 to the Atlanta Falcons, while a year later, he signed a four-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens.
However, in the 2010 training season, Foxworth incurred a knee ligament injury, which led him to miss playing in the 2010 and 2011 season games. Eventually, he announced his retirement in 2012.
After that, he graduated with a master’s degree from Harvard Business School. He then began writing for television shows and also for the sports web magazine The Undefeated. He also produced television shows, hosted, and appeared as guests in ESPN’s Radio Shows.
How Old Is Domonique Foxworth?
Foxworth was born in Oxford, England on 27 March 1983.
His father, Lorinzo, was serving in the army when his mother Karen gave birth to him. He has a brother named Dion. When he was in kindergarten, his family moved to Baltimore, USA. They settled in Randallstown, where he grew up.
Education at Harvard University
In 2000, he graduated high school from Western Tech, a year earlier than he was supposed to. Foxworth then enrolled at the University of Maryland. While in college, his athletic career took off, and he became a player at the National Football League.
Therefore, he continued his post-graduation after retiring from NFL in 2012. He then attained a master’s degree in business administration from Harvard University.
While at college, Foxworth played for the collegiate team, Terrapins, from 2001 to 2004. He opened on every game played by the Terps, and during his time in the squad, he won two ‘All-Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Awards.’
National Football League
Following his college career, Foxworth was drafted by the NFL in 2005, and the Denver Broncos picked him on over 97th position. Two years later, Foxworth was elected as the Broncos representative player of the National Football League Players Association. Then, in 2008, Foxworth was selected as the youngest vice president of the association’s executive committee.
Simultaneously, in September 2008, he was traded by the Broncos to the Atlanta Falcons on the grounds for the 2009 seventh-round draft selection. For a year, he played for the Falcons and then signed a $28 million contract with the Baltimore Ravens of four years.
However, a year into his contract in 2010, Foxworth incurred an injury on his knees. On the first day of the 2010 season training camp, he tore his anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), which kept him away from the entire season. Although Foxworth returned in 2011, he was kept on the reserved injured list for two games; he was away for the rest of the season.
Subsequently, in May 2012, he announced his retirement from the NFL. Yet in 2012, he was unanimously elected as the president of the NFLPA. He kept the position until 2014, after which he was appointed as the chief operating officer of the National Basketball Players’ Association.
Producer and Writer
Following his retirement from NFL, Foxworth produced a 2013 released documentary, Schooled: The Price of College Sports.
Alongside, from 2020 to 2021, he produced and wrote for the television series Get Up, followed by the 2020 episodes of Sports Center and ESPN’s First Take.
Further, he also began as a senior writer at the sports web magazine The Undefeated. He also began hosting The Undefeated series I Don’t Give a Damn and The Roundtable.
Simultaneously, Foxworth joined ESPN Radio as a co-host on The Morning Roast alongside Clinton Yates and Mina Kimes. He also occasionally features as a guest on ESPN Radio’s Mike & Mike, The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz, First Take, and The Bill Barnwell Show.
When Foxworth began playing for the Denver Broncos, he raised funds planning for the Darrent Williams Memorial Teen Center in the name of a former Broncos player Darrent Williams. He also collaborated with the Boys & Girls Clubs of America and dedicated the center for teen’s academic and social retreat.
Followed by that, Foxworth also established the organization Baltimore BORN Inc. The company was targeted to provide financial and resourceful opportunities for lower-income high school boys.
In 2010, Foxworth was awarded by the Baltimore Sun Media Group their first annual ‘Tim Wheatley Award’ for his contributions to the Baltimore community.
Wife & Kids
Foxworth is married to his wife, Ashley M. Foxworth. The pair has three kids, two sons, and one daughter together.