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Dan Marino Biography

Dan Marino is best known as a soccer player. Former Miami Dolphins quarterback who set 20 all-time NFL passing records. He was named NFL MVP in 1984 and was selected to 9 Pro Bowls in his 17-year career in the NFL. He was born on September 15, 1961 in Pittsburgh , PA. Two decades later, Peyton Manning outperformed his single season touchdown pass record. He was drawn up by the Kansas City Royals in the fourth round of the 1979 MLB draft, but instead decided to play college football at the University of Pittsburgh. It was the first quarterback to the top 5,000 yards in the 1984 season, while also throwing a then-record 48 touchdown passes, smashing the previous mark by 12 TDs.

Dan Marino Biography
Short Bio
First NameDan
Last NameMarino
ProfessionFootball Player
Age57 years old
Birthday & Zodiac
Birth SignVirgo
Birth DateSeptember 15, 1961
BirthdaySeptember 15
Birth PlacePittsburgh, PA
CountryPA

Dan Marino Career

  • Football Player

Dan Marino Education

  • He has attended St. Regis Catholic High School. He attended Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, where he started playing baseball, and won the All-American Parade in soccer. He was drawn up in the 4th round by the Kansas City Royals in the 1979 amateur draft, but then opted to play college football.

Before Fame

  • He was drawn up by the Kansas City Royals in the fourth round of the 1979 MLB draft, but instead decided to play college football at the University of Pittsburgh.

Dan Marino Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Dan Marino is 57 years old, he is 6′ 4″ (1.9 m) tall. His body measurements are still not confirmed yet. We will update you as soon as possible. His zodiac sign is Virgo.

Height & Weight
Height (Approx.)6 Ft 4 In
Weight (Approx.)103 Kg
Body MeasurementsUnknown
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Dan Marino Height, Weight & Body Measurements

Dan Marino Achievements

  • It was the first quarterback to the top 5,000 yards in the 1984 season, while also throwing a then-record 48 touchdown passes, smashing the previous mark by 12 TDs.

Dan Marino NFL Active records

  • Most seasons leading league, pass attempts: 5 (1984, 1986, 1988, 1992, 1997)
  • Most seasons leading league, completions: 6 (1984–1986, 1988, 1992, 1997)
  • Most seasons leading league, lowest sack percentage: 10 (1983–1989, 1994, 1997, 1999)
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league, lowest sack percentage: 7 (1983–1989)
  • Lowest sack percentage, season: 1.0% (1988)
  • Lowest sack percentage, career: 3.1%
  • 200 touchdown passes in fewest games to start career: 89 (September 17, 1989 at New England)
  • Monday Night Football, most passing yards: 9,654
  • Monday Night Football, most completions: 798
  • Monday Night Football, most attempts: 1,303
  • Monday Night Football, most touchdown passes: 74
  • Monday Night Football, most wins as a starter: 20

Dan Marino NFL Former Records

  • Most yards passing, season: 5,084, in 1984 (surpassed by Drew Brees in 2011 with 5,476; as of 2019 season, now tenth all-time)
  • Most fourth-quarter comeback wins, career (playoffs included): 36 (surpassed by Peyton Manning, 38, in 2012)
  • Lowest percentage, passes intercepted, rookie season: 2.03 in 1983 (296–6) (surpassed by Charlie Batch, Detroit, 1.98 in 1998 (303–6))
  • Most consecutive seasons, 3,000 or more yards passing: 9 (1984–1992) (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2009 with 18) (1992–2009)
  • Most games, 300 or more yards passing, season: 9 in 1984 (surpassed by Drew Brees with 13 in 2011)
  • Most games, 300 or more yards passing, career: 63 (surpassed by Peyton Manning with 72 in 2012)
  • Most games, 400 or more yards passing, playoffs: 2 (surpassed by Drew Brees with 3 in 2012 playoffs)
  • Most touchdown passes, season: 48 in 1984 (surpassed by Peyton Manning (49) in 2004 and by Tom Brady (50) in 2007 and by Peyton Manning (55) in 2013 and by Patrick Mahomes (50) in 2018).
  • Most consecutive games, four or more touchdown passes: 4 in 1984 (surpassed by Peyton Manning in 2004)
  • Most consecutive games, two or more touchdown passes: 12 (surpassed by Peyton Manning in 2004, Tom Brady in 2011, and Aaron Rodgers in 2011)
  • Most consecutive games with a touchdown pass, playoffs: 13 (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2004 and Tom Brady in 2007)
  • Highest passer rating, rookie season: 96.0 (surpassed by Ben Roethlisberger in 2004 and by Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin III in 2012)
  • Most seasons, 3,000 or more yards passing: 13 (1984–1992, 1994–1995, 1997–1998) (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2005)
  • Most completions, career: 4,967 (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2006 and Peyton Manning in 2012)
  • Most attempts, career: 8,358 (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2007)
  • 40,000 career passing yards in fewest games to start career: 153 (surpassed by Drew Brees with 152 games in 2011)
  • Most yards passing, career: 61,361 (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2007, Peyton Manning in 2012, Drew Brees and Tom Brady in 2016)
  • Most touchdown passes, career: 420 (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2007, Peyton Manning in 2012, Drew Brees and Tom Brady in 2015)
  • Most consecutive home games with a touchdown pass: 39 (1983–1988; surpassed by Tom Brady in 2013)
  • Most wins against one team: 24 against the Indianapolis Colts (surpassed by Brett Favre against the Detroit Lions in 2007)
  • Most games, three or more touchdown passes, career: 62 (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2007 and Peyton Manning in 2010)
  • Most wins in different stadiums: 31 (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2008)
  • 50,000 career passing yards in fewest games to start career: 193 (surpassed by Peyton Manning in 2009)
  • Highest career TD-INT differential: +168 (surpassed by Peyton Manning in 2009)
  • Most games, four or more touchdown passes, career: 21 (surpassed by Brett Favre in 2009 and Peyton Manning in 2010)
  • Most regular season wins, quarterback/head coach: 116 with Don Shula (surpassed by Tom Brady and Bill Belichick in 2011)
  • Most straight games, at least 400 yards passing: 2 (surpassed by Ryan Fitzpatrick in 2018)
  • Most games, four or more touchdown passes, season: 6 (1984); tied by Peyton Manning in 2004. Surpassed by Patrick Mahomes in 2018 (8)

Dan Marino NFL Records Tied

  • Most games, 400 or more yards passing, season: 4 in 1984; tied by Peyton Manning in 2013 and Ryan Fitzpatrick in 2018
  • Most seasons, 40 or more touchdown passes: 2 (1984, 1986); tied by Drew Brees in 2012 and Peyton Manning in 2013
  • Most seasons leading league, yards gained: 5 (1984–1986, 1988, 1992); tied with Sonny Jurgensen (Philadelphia, 1961–1962; Washington, 1966–1967, 1969)
  • Most consecutive seasons leading league, completions: 3 (1984–1986); tied with George Blanda (Houston, 1963–1965)
  • 300 TD passes in fewest games to start career: 157 (9/4/1994 vs. New England); tied by Peyton Manning in 2007
  • 30,000 career passing yards in fewest games to start career: 114 (November 25, 1990 at Cleveland); tied by Kurt Warner, October 18, 2009

Dan Marino Notable Stats

  • Named NFL Most Valuable Player (1984)
  • Started 240 of 242 career games
  • Compiled a 147–93 regular season record as a starter (147 wins rank fifth most all-time)
  • First quarterback in NFL history to have six 4,000-yard seasons (1984–1986, 1988, 1992, 1994)
  • First quarterback in NFL history to pass for 5,000 yards or more in a single season (5,084 in 1984)
  • Holds Dolphins team record for most seasons played (17)
  • Won the AFC Offensive Player of the Week honor 18 times in the regular season (20 times overall, including playoffs)

Dan Marino Martial Status

  • In 1985, Marino married Claire D. Veazey (born c. 1962) of Mount Lebanon, Pennsylvania, St. Regis Roman Catholic Church, across the street from the residence of Marino ‘s father. The couple ‘s got six kids together.
  • In 2005, he had a seventh child with Donna Savettere, a fact that was kept secret until 2013.

Dan Marino Family & Relatives

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Association

  • His single season touchdown pass record was overtaken by Peyton Manning two decades later.

Dan Marino Net Worth

Dan Marino is a well-known and popular Football Player. The main and primary source of his income comes from Football. Let’s check how rich Dan Marino is in 2020?

Net Worth (2020)$1.5 Million
Annual SalaryUnder Review.
Income SourcePrimary Income source Football(profession).
Dan Marino Net Worth

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