Football Guard, Danny Isidora plays professionally for the National Football League’s Arizona Cardinals. He is 1.9 m tall and 139 kg in weight. He played football at Cypress Bay High School, where he was a student. He decided to enroll in the University of Miami after high school. He participated in collegiate football at Miami for the Miami Hurricanes.
During his first year of college, he redshirted. He won the starting right guard position in the 2014 campaign and held onto it for the duration of his career. He was one of three guards selected for the second team All-ACC following the 2016 season.
The Minnesota Vikings selected Isidora with the 180th overall pick in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. He was traded to the Miami Dolphins in August 2019. He joined the Kansas City Chiefs practice squad in September 2020. He was released by the Chiefs’ practice squad in December 2020 and signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers. Isidora inked a contract with the Houston Texans in July 2021, but he was cut go in August.
He was added to the Atlanta Falcons practice squad in September 2021. During the same month, he was released. On September 29, 2021, he agreed to join the Arizona Cardinals’ practice squad. Isidora was released by the Cardinals in August 2022, and the following day he was added to the practice squad.
Does Danny Isidora Have Any Kids?
Yes. Danny Isidora has daughter with his wife, Monica.