Drew Bledsoe

Drew Bledsoe Age, Net Worth, Height, Facts
Drew Bledsoe is an athlete who was born in Ellensburg, Washington in 14/02/1972 and is now 51 years old. Drew Bledsoe has a net worth of $48 Million.

How old is Drew Bledsoe?

Drew Bledsoe is 51 years old.

What is Drew Bledsoe Net Worth?

Drew Bledsoe's net worth is $48 Million.

What is Drew Bledsoe Birthday?

Drew Bledsoe's birthday is 14/02/1972.

What is Drew Bledsoe Zodiac Sign?

Drew Bledsoe's zodiac sign is Pisces.

What is Drew Bledsoe's Real Birth Name?

Drew Bledsoe's real birth name is Drew McQueen Bledsoe.

Where is Drew Bledsoe's Birthplace?

Drew Bledsoe's birthplace is Ellensburg, Washington.

How Tall is Drew Bledsoe?

Drew Bledsoe height is 6'5''.

What is Drew Bledsoe Nationality?

Drew Bledsoe nationality is .

What are Drew Bledsoe's Professions?

Drew Bledsoe's professions are Athlete.

Who is Drew Bledsoe's Spouse(s)?

Maura Bledsoe (e. 1996)

Who is Drew Bledsoe?

Drew McQueen Bledsoe is a former American football quarterback who played in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 seasons, primarily with the New England Patriots. He played college football at Washington State, where he won Pac-10 Offensive Player of the Year as a junior, and was selected by the Patriots first overall in the 1993 NFL Draft. Considered the face of the Patriots franchise during his nine seasons with the team, Bledsoe helped improve the team's fortunes from 1993 to 2001.Under Bledsoe, the Patriots ended a seven-year postseason drought, qualified for the playoffs four times, clinched their division twice, and made one Super Bowl appearance in Super Bowl XXXI. He was also named to three Pro Bowls and became the youngest quarterback to play in the NFL's all-star game at the time with his 1995 appearance. Following a period of declining success and two consecutive seasons where the Patriots missed the playoffs, Bledsoe suffered a near-fatal injury early in the 2001 season that led to backup Tom Brady becoming the team's starter. He was unable to regain his starting position for the remainder of the season due to Brady's success, which led to the Patriots winning their first championship in Super Bowl XXXVI and began a dynasty for the franchise. Bledsoe subsequently played three seasons with the Buffalo Bills, where he made a fourth Pro Bowl appearance, and two with the Dallas Cowboys, before retiring during the 2007 offseason. While his tenure with the Patriots would ultimately be eclipsed by Brady, Bledsoe is recognized for helping rebuild the franchise and his role during their first Super Bowl-winning season when he relieved an injured Brady to lead the team to victory in the 2001 AFC Championship. For his accomplishments in New England, he was inducted to the Patriots Hall of Fame in 2011.

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