Dante Pettis Parents
Dante Pettis is the son of former American baseball professional Gary Pettis. His dad has won five Gold Glove Awards.
The football pedigree of the Chicago Bears wide receiver, who is now 26 years old, ran deep in the wide receiver's family. Since the time of his grandpa, who was a pioneer in the sport's introduction to the family, his ancestors had a long and illustrious history of participation in American football. This history can be traced back to his grandfather.
Meanwhile, both his parents, mom Peggy and dad Gary know the ins and outs of being a football player and the pressure of playing in the world's most prestigious football league, the National Football League (NFL); as a result, they have been supportive of Dante from th day one and motivated him when the tides were against him.
Gary, his father, spoke about his son with the Athletics before Dante was drafted into the NFL. "He started playing flag football at 5 or 6. He was a pretty good player then. When he went to high school, then you started to see this knack of knowing his way around the football field."
Dante Pettis is only in his early years, but he is already well on his way to achieving the same level of success that his father had when he was in his prime. As the proverb goes, "the fruit does not fall too far from the tree," this proved to be true in his situation, one of the things that are said to have had a role in his choice is that his father had a great sports career.