Drew Bledsoe Net Worth

Drew Bledsoe Net Worth is
$48 Million

Drew Bledsoe Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

During the 1990s, he was considered the face of the Patriots franchise. Bledsoe, a Pro-Bowler, All American for the Washington State Cougars and No. 1 overall draft pick in the 1993 NFL Draft, declared his retirement from the sport on April 11, 2007.

Bledsoe was drafted first overall in the 1993 NFL Draft by the New England Patriots. He began right away for the Patriots in his rookie season, as they improved from two to five triumphs. On November 13, 1994, the Patriots had won only three of their first nine matches and were losing, 20–3, to the Minnesota Vikings at halftime. Bledsoe led a comeback triumph when the Patriots won, 26–20, in overtime, as he set single match records in pass completions (45) and efforts (70). By staying undefeated through the succeeding matches, the Patriots earned their very first postseason appearance in eight years. Due to his operation, Bledsoe was chosen to his first Pro Bowl as an alternate. Carrying out a hard 1995 season, Bledsoe turned it around in 1996 rank on the list of very best passers in the league together with assistance from wide receiver Terry Glenn, thereby driving the Patriots to get to the playoffs again and winning the AFC championship from the Jacksonville Jaguars, 20–6. He was likewise named a starter for the Pro Bowl that season, the second of his career.

Drew Bledsoe Net Worth $48 Million Dollars

Full NameDrew Bledsoe
Net Worth$48 Million
Date Of BirthFebruary 14, 1972
Place Of BirthEllensburg, Washington, United States
Height6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight238 lbs (108 kg)
ProfessionAmerican football player
EducationWashington State University
NationalityUnited States of America
SpouseMaura Bledsoe (m. 1996)
ChildrenJohn Bledsoe, Henry Bledsoe, Healy Bledsoe, Stuart McQueen Bledsoe
ParentsBarbara Bledsoe, Mac Bledsoe
SiblingsAdam Bledsoe
NicknamesDrew McQueen Bledsoe
NominationsHeisman Trophy
Star SignAquarius
1Inducted into the State of Washington Sports Hall of Fame in 2012.
2Inducted into the Washington State University Athletic Hall of Fame in 2001.
3Signed by former coach Bill Parcells, to become starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys. [February 2005]
4Starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills [August 2003]
5Announced his retirement from the NFL. [April 2007]
6Being released from the Buffalo Bills. [February 2005]
7Inducted into the New England Patriots Hall of Fame in 2011.
8Ran a 4.7 40 yard dash time before his rookie season.
9He came in and played in the second quarter of the AFC championship game of 2001 because Tom Brady got hurt. Although he led the team to a 24-17 victory, he got hit in a similar way of the hit during the Jets' game earlier in the season which put him out for months, but this time he got up alright. Tom Brady got healthy the next week and was ready to play super bowl XXXVI.
10New England Patriots All Time Leader in Passing Yards (29,657).
11Grandfather, Albert McQueen Bledsoe, was a ship's captain during World War II and a Rear Admiral.
12Serves as International Chairman of the Children's Miracle Network.
13The first overall pick in the 1993 draft.
14Youngest quarterback in NFL history to reach the 10,000 yard plateau.
15New York Jets linebacker Mo Lewis knocked Bledsoe out with a crushing hit that put him in the hospital with a sheared blood vessel in his chest and took him out of action for 8 weeks. [September 2001]
16Had seven consecutive 3,000 yard seasons.
17He and wife, Maura, have three sons, Stuart McQueen (b. 16 October 1997), John (b. 5 May 1999) and Hank and a daughter, Healey Elizabeth.
18New England Patriots trade Bledsoe to the Buffalo Bills for Buffalo's first-round pick in 2003 after a 9-year career in which he rewrote the record books but watched from the sideline while his backup, Tom Brady, led the team to its first Super Bowl championship. [April 2002]
19Was selected with the first pick in 1993 by the New England Patriots.
20Played on two Patriot Super Bowl teams (1997 and 2002).
21Professional football player


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