Michael Danna is an American football defensive end for the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League. He played college football at Central Michigan and Michigan.
Danna played three seasons at Central Michigan and acquired first-group all-Mid-American Conference respects in 2018. He moved to Michigan where he was low maintenance starter. Danna had 38 handles (three for loss) and three sacks during the 2019 season.
He had six handles and a sack against Michigan State, acquiring Team Defensive Lineman of the Game distinctions. Danna additionally had five handles and a sack against Iowa
The six-foot-two, 257-pound Danna was answerable for 151 handles, 28 handles for-misfortune, 15 sacks and four constrained mishandles across three seasons at Central Michigan from 2016-18. He was especially powerful as a senior in 2018, piling up 66 handles, 15 handles for misfortune, and 9.5 sacks.
He began each of the 12 games for the Chippewas that year and won the Herb Deromedi Most Valuable Player Award, which is the program’s top on-field honor.
Does Mike Danna have Children?
No, Mike Danna has no child yet. He is currently single, he is not dating anyone. There is no information about his past relationship.