Joe Judge Biography, Age, Family, Siblings, Wife, Kids and Net Worth
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Who is Joe Judge?
Joseph Francis Judge, (Joe Judge), is an American professional football coach, most recently the head coach of the New York Giants of the National Football League (NFL) from 2020 to 2021. Before joining the Giants, he worked as an assistant coach for the New England Patriots from 2012 to 2019. During his time there, the Patriots appeared in four Super Bowls and won three of them. He also led the Giants to a 6-10 finish in his first year as head coach, followed by a 4-13 season that led to his dismissal on January 11, 2022.
Joe Judge coaching career
Judge joined his alma mater, Mississippi State University as a graduate assistant for the Bulldogs in 2005. Next, he worked for a short time for the Birmingham-Southern Panthers in 2008 and then as a special teams assistant for Alabama. He then joined the New England Patriots in 2012, as their special teams assistant and worked in the position to the 2014 season. Judge was later promoted to special teams coordinator after the Patriots won Super Bowl XLIX, following the retirement of Scott O’Brien. He was part of the team’s coaching staff that won Super Bowl LI on February 5, 2017. In the game, the Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons by a 34-28 score in overtime
It was reported that Joe was departing from the Patriots on February 6, 2018, to join the Indianapolis Colts’ new head coach Josh McDaniels in Indianapolis. After McDaniels spurned the Colts and decided to remain with the Patriots, Judge also made the same decision. Following the wide receivers coach Chad O’Shea leaving the Patriots to become the offensive coordinator for the Miami Dolphins, Joe was named to fill O’Shea’s position while still the special teams’ coordinator. According to ESPN, Judge was the only coach in the NFL, with both special teams and wide receiver duties.
New York Giants
Judge was hired as the 21st head coach of the New York Giants on January 8, 2020. According to Sports Illustrated’s Rick Gosselin, Joe is only the second NFL head coach to be hired directly from special teams coaching job, following Frank Gansz.
Judge lost his head coaching debut by a score of 16-26 to the Pittsburgh Steelers on September 13, 2020. After an 0-5 start to the season, he received his first career win as a head coach against the Washington Football Team on October 18, 2020, by a score of 20-19.`After Judge fired his offensive line coach Marc Colombo and replaced him with former Dolphins offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo, there was a coaching controversy on November 18, 2020, after Week 10, due to a verbal altercation.
Joe guided the team to a 6-10 record in his first season as the head coach, ending the season in the NFC East. By the end of the season, he was criticized for comments he made about the Eagles not putting in effort leading to the Giants missing out on the playoffs.
The Giants went down in Joe’s second season, going 4-13 and completing last in the NFC East. He recorded the most losses by a Giants head coach with 13 surpassing the mark of 12 by Jim Dassel in 2003. Joe was sacked on January 11, 2022, concluding his time in New York with an overall record of 10-23 (.303).
How old is Joe Judge?
Joseph Francis Judge was born on December 31, 1981, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S., and is aged 40 as of 2021. He shares his birthday with famous people including Gabby Douglas, Donald Trump Jr., Val Kilmer, Steve Bruce, Anthony Hopkins, Jacques Cartier, George Marshall, Ben Kingsley, Alex Ferguson, among others.
Joe Judge Family
Who are Joe’s parents?
Joseph Francis Judge, known as Joe Judge was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to his parents Joseph Judge and his wife Denise Judge. His father played football at Temple and professionally with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League and a beverage business salesman. His mother is the principal of Mary, Mother of the Redeemer School in North Wales, Pennsylvania. Joe was born in Philadelphia but brought up in Doylestown, Pennsylvania. His father passed away on July 21, 2017, aged 66.
Does Joe have siblings?
Judge was born to his parents as the second born in the family. He has two siblings, older brother Jimmy Judge and younger sister Jeannine Judge.
Joe Judge Education
Judge attended Lansdale Catholic High School in Landsdale, Pennsylvania. He then joined Mississippi State University, where he played football as a linebacker. Joe received three letters and also maned the SEC Academic Honor Roll making the Dean’s list.
Joe Judge Wife
Judge is presently married to his longtime girlfriend, Amber Meesey, who he met in college. She was an All-SEC soccer player at Mississippi State. They married in an intimate wedding ceremony in 2005 and completed their 16th marriage anniversary in 2016. The couple has four children together, two sons and two daughters, and lives in Franklin Lakes, New Jersey.
Joe Judge Kids
Judge and his loving sweetheart, Amber have four children together from their marriage. Their children are two sons, Michael Judge, born in 2006, and Sean Judge, born in 2009. He also has two daughters, Emma Judge, born in 2011, and Ella Grace Judge, born in 2014.
Joe Judge Height
Judge has a massive well-built, muscular and athletic body, adding up to an impressive height of 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m) and a moderate weight of 90 kg (200 lbs).
Joe Judge Net Worth
American football coach, Joe has been coaching from 2005 to date and recently was a head coach for the Giants. Before he was fired, he received a salary of $5 million per year and has garnered an accumulative net worth of approximately $4 million as of 2021.