Cheryl Esiason is a wife of a former NFL star who works as a football analyst called Normal Julius or Boomer Esiason. The husband of Cheryl s a known person and he played in NFL history as a left-handed quarterback. He was born in the city of The Long Island and he played in baseball, basketball and football for East Islip High school in New York.
Boomer was selected to join Pro Bowl four times and he got retired with 247 touchdowns and 37.920 passing yards. Most time of his career was spending at the Bengals and he played the stints with The Cardinals and the Jets.
After his retirement, he started to work at CBS Sports, HBO and ABC. He works at as the host of the morning show at a radio. Together with Gio, they work for WFAN. Cheryl Esiason also works and with Boomer, they had some share of the public appearances.
Cheryl is a lovely blonde and she serves as the co-chairman and co-founder of Boomer Esiason Foundation. In this role, she has been able to help in raising millions in order to find the cure for cystic fibrosis.
Cheryl became aware of the problem when their son called Gunnar suffered cystic fibrosis when he was only 2 years old. She is working tirelessly to ensure that the cure can be found and the life of people who are living with the problem can be improved. Cheryl is also a mother to a daughter called Sydney and she is engaged to a professional hockey player called Matt Martin. Gunnar Esiason is a director at the Program Outreach of Boomer Esiason Foundation. Cheryl Esiason had been married to Boomer for 32 years now. The weeding took place in 1986. Cheryl is a dedicated mum and wife and she spent many hours working at the foundation of her husband.
From his biography, Esiason had been born and raised in the city of East Islip in New York. He went to Timber Point Elementary and then attended East Islip high School. This is where he graduated in the year 1979. While in the high school, he was playing in three sports which are baseball, basketball and football. He got the name Boomer at the time he was born. He was constantly kicking into the womb so the mother said that he is Boomer, a nickname he kept up to now.
While in college football, Boomer was at the University of Maryland where he played under Bobby Ross and Jerry Clairborne coaches with an offensive coordinator called Ralph Friedgen. He got two time honorable mention as all-American in the year 1982 up to 1983. In the final home game, he had been able to throw two-third quarter touchdown as passes and he led the comeback victory against North Carolina and the team got the ACC title.