Rob Bironas

Rob Bironas

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Rob Bironas is a former American Football player. Rob Bironas has gained fame for playing football for the Tennessee Titans. In addition, the footballer has gained huge fame in a short period of time.

Early Life

Rob Bironas was born in the year 1978 and celebrates his birthday on the 29th of January every year. Likewise, as of now, the former American football player is 39 years old. In addition, he was born in the year Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Moreover, he belongs to American nationality and was born under the star sign Capricorn.

Moving on towards the family background of the former football player, he was born to Larry Bironas. Likewise, we have no information on his mother. Talking of siblings, he has three siblings. Their names are Blake Bironas, Greg Bironas, and Mitzi Stevens. As a child, he had taken a keen interest in sports. Later on, he excelled in Football and was naturally drawn to it. He was very athletic and energetic in nature.

Education

Reflecting upon the educational background of the celebrity football player, he first went on to attend a local high school. After his high school graduation, he went on to attend Auburn University. Likewise, while at University, he played the Auburn Tigers, football team. Similarly, he later transferred to Georgia Southern University where his brother was also on the soccer team.

Career and Professional Life

Bironas is a former American football player. Likewise, he signed as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers in 2002 but was released before the season began. The player subsequently moved up to the af2 level of the Arena Football League, where he spent the 2003 season with the Charleston Swamp Foxes, making 12 of 27 field-goal tries. He signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the 2003 NFL offseason but was dismissed before the season began.

In 2004, he joined the Carolina Cobras of the Arena Football League. In 2004, he returned to the NFL and signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers, but his stay with them was only for the preseason. As a result, he returned to arena football in 2005, playing for the New York Dragons before joining the Titans.

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Caption: Rob during a match(Source: Instagram)

Further, the footballer signed as an undrafted free agent with the Green Bay Packers in 2002 but was released before the season began. Bironas subsequently moved up to the af2 level of the Arena Football League, where he spent the 2003 season with the Charleston Swamp Foxes, making 12 of 27 field-goal tries. He signed with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers during the 2003 NFL offseason but was dismissed before the season began. In 2004, he joined the Carolina Cobras of the Arena Football League. In 2004, he returned to the NFL and signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers, but his stay with them was only for the preseason. As a result, he returned to arena football in 2005, playing for the New York Dragons before joining the Titans.

Net worth

Rob has bagged a hefty deal of wealth throughout his football career. Likewise, he has a net worth of $5 million at the moment. Moreover, he also generates wealth through various brand endorsements and guest appearances as well.

Relationship status

Talking of his relationship status, he was married to Rachel Bradshaw. She happens to be the daughter of Former NFL hall of fame Terry Bradshaw.

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Caption: Rob with his wife(source: Pinterest)

 

Death

Rob was killed in a car crash. Likewise, he had lost control of his 2009 in Yukon Denali and went off the road. Moreover, he was declared dead on arrival at the hospital.

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Caption: The car crash that killed Rob(source: Youtube)

Body measurements and Social media

Reflecting upon his body measurements, he stood tall at 6 feet and weighed 95 kg. Similarly, he had a ball head with a pair of brown eyes.

Talking of his social media availability, he was not active on any social media. He had a very quiet life and was not active on social media.

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