Who Is Kylie Fitts Wife, Kaylina Fitts?

Kylie Fitts is happily married to his beloved wife, Kaylina Fitts.

The couple has been married for almost two years now, judging from their social media platform. In addition to that, the pair posted a wedding picture of them together on the forum on July 2, 2021, their first anniversary. 

The couple also shares beautiful twin daughters. The athlete seems to love spending time with his family. Most of the time, he features his family on his Instagram handle. 

Explore Kylie Fitts Family

Kylie Fitts’s family consists of his wife, Kaylina, and twin daughters named Marilyn and Grace.

Additionally, he was born to his parents, Matt and Ysabel Fitts. It is known that his father pitched for the New York Mets’ rookie team in Kingsport, Tennessee, and then played on the offensive line at Cal State Fullerton. On the other, his mother is probably a homemaker. 

Kylie was born to his parents on October 11, 1994, in San Bernardino, California. He has been reared alongside three siblings in his family; two brothers and one sister.

The 27-year-old athlete is often seen spending time with his family. Further, in his family member, he also has two cute dogs.

Kylie Fitts Salary And Net Worth 2022

Kylie Fitts’s net worth as of 2022 is estimated to be $5 million. However, his precise net worth is yet to be confirmed by the athlete. 

Fitt earns his income from his professional career as an American football player. According to Spotrac, Kylie’s salary as of 2021 was $165,600. In addition to that, he signed a one-year contract on April 15, 2021. 

Furthermore, the athlete has maintained his living standards.

Kylie Fitts Carrer: Is He Retired?

Kylie announced his retirement from the NFL on April 15, 2022, via his Instagram handle.

A linebacker spent three seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. However, he now decided to walk away from football because he suffered too many concussions. 

He also added that it is no longer safe for him to play the game. In addition to that, he appeared in six games for the Cardinals but sadly missed the rest of the season on injured reserve because of a concussion. Furthermore, he became an unrestricted free agent in 2022.

He was a 4-star recruit in Redlands East Valley High School. He originally signed with UCLA but transferred to Utah after one year with the program. After redshirting for a year, the athlete played in all 13 games during his sophomore year. He got injured during the second game of his junior year against BYU and was declared out for the year. Despite the injuries, he continued his senior year but recorded three sacks and 23 tackles during his senior year.