Rhonda Rookmaaker is Married to Jimmy Johnson since 1999. Know about their Married Life

News by Clarence Published on 24 Jan,2017 Updated on 28 Jan,2020

Jimmy Johnson is an American football broadcaster, a former player, coach, and executive. He has worked at many Universities and NFL teams as a head coach. He has worked as head coach at Oklahoma University and the University of Miami and in NFL for Dallas Cowboys, Miami Dolphins. He is the current analyst for Fox NFL Sunday.

Johnson has been married to her husband Jimmy for a long time now. Here, we are going to discuss their decade long marriage journey. Are they still happy with each other and how their married life is going? To know everything, stay with us. 

Jimmy Johnson’s Married Life With Rhonda Rookmaaker

Jimmy Johnson and Rhonda Rookmaaker are happily married couples. They exchanged the vows on 18 July 1999. Their wedding was organized in a private ceremony at an oceanfront home bought recently by him in the Florida Keys.

Jimmy Johnson and his wife, Rhonda Rookmaaker


Jimmy first met Rhonda in 1984 while he served as the coach of the University of Miami. Rhonda was a hairdresser at a Coral Gables Salon. He has no children from Rhonda and currently lives with her Islamorada in the Florida Keys. They are very happy even after 20 years of their marriage and there is no rumor about the divorce of the couple.

Despite their long and loving relationship, the couple yet to has any child. They currently reside in Flordia. 

Jimmy Previously Married Linda

Jimmy was previously married to Linda Kay Cooper on 12th July 1963. He is also blessed with two sons from his first marriage. One among the two of his sons is a drug addict and had already been to lots of controversies. He divorced his first wife in January 1990. 

Jimmy’s Early life

Jimmy Johnson was born in Port Arthur and is a graduate of Thomas Jefferson High School, later known as Memorial High School.

Jimmy joined the college at the University of Arkansas and was a part of an Arkansas Razorbacks football team where he played as an all-Southwest Conference defensive lineman. Jerry Jones, Ken Hatfield, Jim Lindsey also were his teammates at the University.  Their team went on to become a national champion undefeated. 

In the year 2016, Jimmy joined Fox NFL Sunday as an analyst, the Fox network's NFL pregame show for the NFL games. He works in the show along with Terry Bradshaw, Jay Glazer, Pam Oliver, Howie Long, Rob Riggle, Michael Strahan, and Mike Pereira.

On January 12, 2020, it was announced that Johnson will be corporated into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.