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Joseph Michael Jurevicius or Joe Jurevicius is a retired American football wide receiver.
As of June 2022, he owns a commercial cleaning and laundry business. The business is headquartered outside of Cleveland.
Jurevicius is widely renowned for being the best performer of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and leading the team to take down the Oakland Raiders in Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003.
Joe Jurevicius has an estimated net worth of around $2 million. He amassed this impressive net worth during his football career.
When he was active as a footballer, Joe Jurevicius used to earn approximately $400,000 per year, which contributed to his net worth.
Joe Jurevicius stands at the height of 6 ft 5 in (198 cm).
Since he was born on December 23, 1974, Jurevicius will celebrate his 48th birthday in December 2022.
Joe Jurevicius was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He attended St. Justin Martyr School in Eastland, and later, he enrolled at Lake Catholic High School in Mentor. He worked as a letterman in football as a wide receiver and punter in high school. During those years, he also played basketball and his jersey number, 84, has been retired and hangs in the gymnasium of his high school, in his honor.
Joe Jurevicius attended Penn State University and completed his degree in human development and family studies in 1997. The names and identities of Joe Jurevicius' parents have not been disclosed by him.
National Football League professional Joe Jurevicius is married to Meagan Dewey, a star tracker and runner. She gave birth to a son, Michael William but sadly, he passed away in March 2003, when he was just two months old, due to a rare neurodegenerative disease. The couple welcomed a daughter, Caroline Elizabeth Jurevicius, a year later, in August 2004 and she is now a national volleyball player. The couple have another daughter, Ava Jurevicius, who is also a remarkable volleyball player.
NFL star, Joe Jurevicius played college football under head coach Joe Paterno at Penn State University. He had 94 receptions and 15 touchdowns when he graduated from college.
The NFL wide receiver has played for the New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Seattle Seahawks, and Cleveland Browns. He played in Super Bowl XXXV with the Giants and in Super Bowl XL with the Seattle Seahawks.
Joe Jurevicius was with the New York Giants from 1998-2001, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 2002-2004, the Seattle Seahawks in 2005, and the Cleveland Browns (his hometown team) from 2006-2008. Jurevicius spent his final two seasons in the NFL with the Browns. Overall, he is best known for his performance with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Joe Jurevicius had suffered from a right knee injury during one of his games with the Cleveland Browns. He had to undergo many surgeries in order to keep playing but had to retire when the damage seemed irreversible. Joe Jarvis was termed ineligible to return for the rest of the 2008 season as per the NFL rules. Owing to the slow recovery he was not available before week 10 of that year.
After retirement, the NFL wide receiver appeared on two episodes of 'North American Hunter' in 2013, in episodes that were shot in Newfoundland and British Columbia. As of 2022, he appears on the 'Tailgate Show' on the Cleveland Browns' pre-game television.
Joe Jurevicius received a Super Bowl ring with the Buccaneers in Super Bowl XXXVII.
Joe Jurevicius is an avid hiker. In 2007, Joe Jurevicius co-founded a ranch and resort in Mullen, Nebraska, named Dismal River Outfitters, with his former Buccaneer and Seahawk teammate John Howell.
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